Archive for March, 2011

$40,000 to Learn What a C47 Is?

If you’re applying to film school, be prepared to wrap your brain around some obscure, technical terms unbeknown to most laypeople. Just like a doctor, civil engineer, or rocket scientist, you are paying for a high quality and in depth education on processes, systems, and technologies that would elude almost anyone else who has not […]


Luis Bunuel: The Original Quentin Tarantino

In the early 1990s, Quentin Taratino shocked audiences by having Michael Madsen’s character cut off on a ear in the movie “Reservoir Dogs”. Since then Q. has made his bones in Hollywood by shocking audiences and pulling together great stories. But almost 100 years ago the originial shock dog was not only shocking audiences, he […]


$10 Million on Marketing Alone?

Through the grace of the internet, I somehow managed to get in contact with the mastermind behind New York Film Academy’s meteoric rise to success over the past 5 years. For those of us old enough to remember the early days, NYFA was a sad little joke in New York back in the 1990s. Their […]