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Stan Bertheaud

Article: Stan Bertheaud

Stan Bertheaud attended the USC School of Film and Television for three years earning graduate credit in film production and screenwriting. He is credited with two theatrically released screenplays. The first, TILT-A-WORLD starred Dwight Yoakam in his first leading role that went on to receive the Gold Award at the Houston International Film Festival. The…

EP: 03 – DOCUMENTARY vs. REALITY   BY MICHAEL SELDITCH

Article: EP: 03 – DOCUMENTARY vs. REALITY BY MICHAEL SELDITCH

“It’s not a reality show–it’s a documentary series,” I’ve heard myself say on countless occasions. Press, students, faculty, crew, have all at some point uttered the baggage-laden phrase “reality show,” and I am always compelled to clarify. “What’s the difference?” asked a journalist, who rolled her eyes when I made the distinction. “Style and purpose…”…

EP 01 – ENTRY 01: MEET THE CREW

Article: EP 01 – ENTRY 01: MEET THE CREW

Greetings from New Orleans, y’all! Here we are, clockwise: That’s Dan in the glasses, Associate Producer, technical guru, and all-around nice guy. Rob is up above – he’s our Cinematographer extraordinaire, and he’ll become our Senior Editor when we start Post Production. (Which seems ages away right now.) I’m in the white shirt, your handy…

EP: 01 – WHY ARCHITECTURE? BY MICHAEL SELDITCH

Article: EP: 01 – WHY ARCHITECTURE? BY MICHAEL SELDITCH

Architects in fictional movies and television are typically portrayed in unrealistic or overtly glamorous ways. The rare documentary will surface — Nathaniel Kahn’s My Architect or Ken Burns’ Frank Lloyd Wright — that accurately depicts not only the joy of architecture, but the architect’s personal process. I want this documentary series to give the viewer…