Negotiate and navigate your digital legacy.
There’s a very important lesson can we learn from films like 28 Days Later, which is not available in physical format or on streamer. It’s hard to believe a film starring award-winning talent like Cillian Murphy, who is nominated for an Oscar this year, is not commercially available to audiences. Let’s find out how you can make sure your movie doesn’t succumb to the same fate.
In today’s episode, No Film School’s Charles Haine, GG Hawkins, and Jason Hellerman discuss:
- Staying conscious about the ways our contracts are written
- Thinking about where projects will be in 100 years
- Automating residual systems - is it a good idea?
- Feeling disturbed and disappointed by the lack of physical media available
- Pros and cons of text-to-video tools like Sora AI
- How AI can be a useful tool if it is subordinate to creatives
- Jaywalking in front of self-driving vehicles
- What is causing the current short story phenomenon
- Why you should be reading screenplays every week
- OpenAI’s Insanely Powerful Text-to-Video Model ‘Sora’ is Here
- What are the Ramifications of the New 'Sora' OpenAI App on Hollywood?
- Here’s How Sora’s AI Video Could Actually be Good for Filmmakers
- Why Are Short Stories Hot In Hollywood Right Now?
- Rest of World article
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This episode of The No Film School Podcast was produced by GG Hawkins.