June 16, 2016
INDIE FILM WEEKLY

The Controversial Celluloid Debate & What Filmmakers Can Do About Orlando [PODCAST]

Blue is the Warmest Color
In this episode of Indie Film Weekly, we weigh in on our controversial interview with the president of Kodak and reflect on how filmmakers can respond to Orlando's tragedy.

This week, I'm joined by Producer Jon Fusco and Managing Editor Emily Buder to approach the big issues of the day with...what else? Movies! We come up with quite a list of summer recommendations, from our favorite LGBTQ works (to express solidarity with Orlando's gun violence victims), to standouts from the Brooklyn Film Festival, to this week's Sheffield Doc/Fest winners and more. We also get into the contentious film vs. video debate around our interview with Kodak's Steve Bellamy.  As always, the episode includes our Ask No Film School segment, plus grant and festival deadlines, gear news, upcoming indie film releases, and other notable things you might have missed while you were busy making films.

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This episode of Indie Film Weekly was produced and edited by Jon Fusco.

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