Aug 30, 2013
Join Larry Jordan and co-host Michael Horton as they talk with:
Zack Arnold, Editor/Director
Where do you go after you have edited an award-winning series like “Burn Notice?” Zack Arnold is raising funds for a new film called: “Go Far: The Christopher Rush Story,” about a young man with muscular dystrophy who inspired millions with his achievements. This week, we talk with Zack about his experience editing “Burn Notice,” and his plans for his next film.
David Basulto, Media Arts & Animation Instructor, San Marino High School
David Basulto is the media arts and animation instructor at San Marino High School in Southern California. In his first three years of teaching, his students have won Silver and Bronze medals in the Los Angeles County Regional Occupational Program (LACOROP) annual filmmaking competition. Outside the classroom, David is both a reviewer and an inventor. In March of this year, we learned of the iOgrapher for iPad which David invented. Now, after months of waiting, it is shipping on September 13th. Dave is here to tell us about what it took to get to this point!
Lee Cipolla, Director, Fieldlight Films
Up-and-coming director Lee Cipolla just made the finals in the prestigious short film competition sponsored by Canon and juried by the likes of Ron Howard. His short, Reflection, is imaginative, engaging and empowering. We talk with him about how he made it and his plans for the future.
Philip Storey, Co-founder & CEO, XenData, Inc.
Xen Data just announced a new partnership with Blue Lucy Media to offer partial data restoration from LTO drives. The LTO market continues to develop new software and hardware for archiving huge media projects and Philip Storey joins us to explain their latest news.