You can catch the April 4 broadcast of KSVF-FM’s weekly ArtBeat show right here at the archived podcast — and listen to SFUAD colleague Tom Miller (of Studio Arts) and me talk about OVF 2014, as well as throw in a few biographical tidbits.
This Friday I’ll be joined by my colleague, Professor Tom Miller, as we preview Outdoor Vision Fest (OVF) 2014 on KVSF-FM’s weekly “ArtBeat” show, hosted by Kathryn Davis. The show airs from 11am-12 MDT, and our segment is expected to run from 11:40-11:55. You can live-stream the broadcast here. This will be the first of several radio broadcasts I expect to be participating in, leading up to OVF on May 2.
Just got finished judging the annual collaborative Frontier and Outdoor Vision Fest student short film/video competition (with co-judge Katelyn Peer, Program Director at Creative Santa Fe) and the results are here. What can you say in less than a minute? Check out some of the winners and find out.
Backstage (formerly just the Magazine, but now also ubiquitous across the Internets) quotes me a few times (along with my colleagues Chris Eyre and Paula Amanda) as it spotlights recent developments at The Film School at Santa Fe University of Art and Design. Needless to say, we like it when the Biz takes notice, as we’re doing some pretty cool things in Santa Fe. If you’re bopping down Hollywood Boulevard or Vine Street, pick it up at a newsstand; otherwise, read it online.
Probably the most unexpected aspect of a fulltime professorship in screenwriting has been the expansion of my involvement in the entirety of media production workflow.
As a professional screenwriter working largely in traditional film and TV waters, I wrote screenplays on spec or for hire — and once in awhile, stayed onboard a project for late pre-production rewrites and even some production rewrites. That was really the extent of my involvement in production. Read more…
More on what a screenwriting professor does when he’s not teaching classes, reviewing student scripts or reading script analysis assignments:
The Film School at Santa Fe University of Art and Design is now in its second year of Shoot the Stars! — a unique initiative that brings name talent to topline student-written, -directed, -shot and -edited short film productions. Read more…