July 25, 2023
Royals & Rogues
How powerful is Open-Source?
The Future of Filmmaking is a topic that has polarised our industry. What will happen to independent creators?
What structures will be set in place by the next generation?
It was wonderful to go on the podcast speaking with Alec Miller from Royals & Rogues
With the variety of short films we develop at Blauw Films we always run into similar challenges.
Once we start researching about the genre of film we're making, we quickly realise how much we don't know.
How does one effectively communicate your vision with your team?
But what about Legal Protection?
I hope you enjoy the podcast!
Have a great day! Leo
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