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If you can’t get your fill of OVF 2017 news, check out archived podcasts of my appearances on
- KSFR-FM’s “Cinema Scope” with substitute host Linda McDill, first airing on Friday night, April 21; and
- KVSF-FM‘s “The Richard Eeds Show” with the eponymous host, first airing Monday morning, April 24.
More broadcasts later in the week, as we head to show night on April 28!
As part of the continuing Outdoor Vision Fest media tour, I’m joining substitute host Linda McDill on KSFR‘s cherished weekly broadcast “Cinema Scope” to discuss all things OVF 2017: this Friday night, April 21, at 6:30pm MDT. You can live-stream the radio broadcast here, or listen to it the old-fashioned way on 101.5 FM. Don’t forget to come out for OVF itself on Friday night, April 28, on the campus of Santa Fe University of Art and Design — if you’re anywhere in the northern New Mexico area!
The December 5 panel about TV Drama Writing at the Santa Fe Film Festival had a nearly full house at the Jean Cocteau Cinema. Great stories shared about how our panelists got into the business of writing for dramatic television; great insights into why television has truly become the dominant storytelling medium of our time; and interesting walkthroughs of the development process for both limited event series and weekly episodic series.
In case you missed last week’s “Cinema Scope” broadcast on KSFR-FM, you can download the podcast version and get 15 minutes of great Outdoor Vision Fest™ talk with Professor Tom Miller, Studio Arts major Victoria Medina, and myself. We talk about many of the upcoming installations, including the Make Santa Fe makerspace pop-up that Victoria and student artist Victor Rojas are contributing to. Get a filmic perspective on OVF 2015 with affable host Stu Goswick.
Studio Arts major Victoria Medina and Studio Arts Professor Tom Miller join me on this week’s “Cinema Scope,” hosted by Stu Goswick and airing on Santa Fe Public Radio KSFR, 101.1FM, this Friday, April 24, at 6:30pm MDT — to once again talk about Outdoor Vision Fest™. The 14-minute segment is at the top of the broadcast, and we have time to talk about a number of the installations that will comprise OVF this year. You can listen live to the over-the-air broadcast here, even if you’re far away from Santa Fe…
I’m on the air again this Friday, April 25, 6:30pm MDT to discuss SFUAD’s Outdoor Vision Fest™, joined by my colleague Professor Tom Miller, and studio arts major Chase Stafford. We’ll occupy half of the 30-minute show Cinema Scope, broadcast on KSFR, 101.5-FM. The host is Stu Goswick, who I’ve had the pleasure of being on the air with several times before. If you’re not in northern New Mexico, or nowhere near a radio, you can live-stream the show here.
I’m on the air again this Friday, April 19, 6:30pm MDT to discuss SFUAD’s Outdoor Vision Fest, joined by my colleague Professor Tom Miller, and studio arts major Jessica Minnich. We’ll occupy half of the 30-minute show Cinema Scope, broadcast on KSFR, 101.5-FM. The host is Stu Goswick, who I’ve had the pleasure of being on the air with several times before. If you’re not in northern New Mexico, or nowhere near a radio, you can live-stream the show here.
Here’s the archived Cinema Scope broadcast which aired on KSFR-FM February 3, 2012, promoting the screening of the “Best of” the New Media Film Festival at The Screen in Santa Fe. I’m on the first segment, running about 9 minutes. You can also find the archive of all KSFR Cinema Scope broadcasts I’ve done here.
The chief topic is the Fall Film Showcase, which went very successfully on October 5. But we sneak in a mention of Mastering Celtx at the end, and also get to talk about Santa Fe University’s Moving Image Arts department. Enjoy!