May 7, 2010
Join host Larry Jordan and co-host Michael Horton as they talk with:
Harris Done, director of photography who works on documentaries. We talk with him about the challenges of being creative when you don't have a script. We also want to learn more about his latest project: www.wardogsmovie.com
Jessica Sitomer, CEO of The Greenlight Coach, gets people work. That phrase always gets our attention. We are delighted to welcome her back this week as she talks about overcoming obstacles that we put in our own way that keeps us from landing the right job.
Jeta Amata, is a Nigerian filmmaker who's work has been screened in Cannes. First, there was Hollywood. Then, with the rise of the Indian movie industry, there was Bollywood. Now, Nigeria is a film force to be reckoned with, so it's called Nollywood. Golly, would this please stop? We talk with Jeta about making films in Nigeria.
Philip Hodgetts, CEO of Intelligent Assistance, is another of our regulars. Except this week he isn't reporting the news, he's making it. His company just released a new product that makes working with high-resolution images - such as DSLR or RED - much easier in Final Cut Pro. Tune in to learn more.
You can't find people or interviews like this anywhere else! It's another fascinating show - all the information you need now to know what's coming next!