Why Disney's New Wave of Content Matters (For Better or Worse)

Can Disney achieve both quantity and quality?

This week on the No Film School Podcast: Disney unveils its new slate of upcoming shows and we discuss the importance of sound in honor of Sound Week here at No Film School. In Tech News, Xelmus announces new, notably eye-catching anamorphic primes. And for Ask No Film School, we answer a question about when and when not to curb your ambitious screenplay idea for consideration of production. Enjoy!

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This episode of The No Film School Podcast was produced by George Edelman, Charles Haine, and Jeffrey Reeser.

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The MandoLibriscium (?) or whatever Charles has allegedly copyrighted is a tad overwrought and over complicated for what is, and forever should be known as:

"The Mandoleum"

(Copyright Trademark & all rights reserved... : )

But why 'Mandoleum', you may ask?

Aside from being self-evidently simple, 'Mandoleum' clearly refers to a colosseum shaped, rear-projected artificial location creating studio system as used on the Mandalorian, which by its very nature lights itself. 'Mandoleum' is also a far easier, stickier term, one may have to agree, than any other similar attempts Charles has nobly made thus far...

As for the rest of y'all... you're welcome.

December 19, 2020 at 5:14PM

Kal Weber

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December 20, 2020 at 6:51PM, Edited December 20, 6:52PM