November 7, 2014 at 2:10AM

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Why is porn on No Film School? NFS turning to NSFW for views.

Recently there was a post on droning with a posted video called "Drone Boning". I hope I'm not the only one that thinks this kind of content doesn't add to No Film Schools good standing reputation. I understand that it's part of some of the film and video production business, but how in the world does it help my growth as a filmmaker? Some kid aspiring to be a filmmaker could be browsing through NFS and view this (even if there was a side note that said it's for big boys) At the very least I'd like to request some kind of optional filter for mature content such as porn if that is what NFS is going to turn to so it can get views on their posts. It's true sex sells; that's why the porn industry is one of the highest grossing industry in the world, but allowing this guff in the future of NFS will lose this loyal member of No Film School for good.

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I didn't find it porn at all, it shows less nudity than many tv shows. We see tv shows all the time with more nudity and sexual behavior, from that great height it is not explicit enough for porn. Not trying to justify, but I doubt that a single distributer of adult video would consider that porn and I would also include the general public. I am sure the OP is reacting to what it represents more than what it shows, because in terms of the sexy bits, they are showing too well if at all.

November 17, 2014 at 6:24PM

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correction in terms of sexy bits they are NOT showing too well if at all.

November 17, 2014 at 6:26PM

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There should be no censorship of anything. I agree that some things are not suitable for children, but I would worry about guns and violence before worrying about a little nudity. Nudity and sex, by the way, are completely natural things. It is society that makes them "dirty."

January 25, 2015 at 2:58PM

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Film Making is an Art... people interpret art differently, if you see what NFS posted as porn then maybe you aren't mature enough to deal with art or you aren't that exposed. No disrespect, but ah mean, open up your horizon.

January 25, 2015 at 9:20PM

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Wentworth Kelly
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What we can learn from the porn industry is some of their marketing ploys. Give away the first bit for free online. If you want to see more, you have to pay. Put the first 10%or whatever of your work up on your Youtube channel. Feedback is useful in itself and you may generate interest for the rest of the film.

March 5, 2015 at 5:19AM

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Julian Richards
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