A new national conversation is just beginning. There is a fear that without a nationwide set of shared values – a baseline for discourse and change – we will only see the divide and partisanship in America deepen. With our film, … Continue reading
Theater of the Mind
Produced for the Broadcast Education Association Convention at the 2009 NAB Show, Theater of the Mind was created to celebrate the 100th Anniversary of the Golden Age of Radio.
Going through an intense pre-production, production and post-production process over the course of eight weeks, then full-time Georgia Southern University students James Kicklighter and Jonathan Pope were given a $1,000 allowance for cross-country travel and equipment needs. Taking classes four days a week and traveling on the weekends, this was the end result.
AFTRA Atlanta Members Interviewed
Students from Georgia Southern University (GSU) in Statesboro, GA, working on a documentary about the Golden Age of Radio, recently interviewed veterans of that era as well as advocates and aficionados of old-time radio, including local treasure and AFTRA member Edith Ivey. ‘They were extremely focused and had done their homework,’ Ivey said. ‘It was a great pleasure working with them. If they are representative of the future of young people in this business, then I have great hope for our industry.’