Everyone Has a Story

When I took my first airplane ride at the tender age of six (to Disney World), I was nervous. My father pointed out the window and said “see all those lights?

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Visions 11: An Enlightening Expedition

Visions00We may live on this earth, but there is an awful lot that we do not know about it.

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Why Every Student Should Learn Journalism Skills

21st01How do we make schools more relevant to students? Teach them the skills they need in the real world, with tools they use every day.

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6 Steps for Getting Your Film Finished

In our opinion there are six key steps to getting your film finished. It is our belief that you raise the odds of finishing your movie, of pulling off your shorts, if you tackle a project of reasonable size.

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The Creation of A Documentary (The Fading Cajun Culture)

Three years ago I was assigned a multimedia class. Although I had never taught a multimedia class, I was eager to create new and exciting projects utilizing digital media.

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Psychology: the Fallback Career for Filmmakers?

The best piece of filmmaking advice I have ever received was… “Just Keep Shooting.”

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Finding an Idea

There's no doubt about it. Filmmaking is exciting stuff. Working on a set, surrounded by the energy of a great production crew, collaborating with actors, setting up lights, lining up shots, calling out "Roll camera! Action!"

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School Announcements Meet Google Docs

google-docs-logoWhen I started teaching TV Production in 2004, one of my responsibilities was producing the morning announcements - LIVE - right after the first bell.

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