WAMU 88.5 : The Kojo Nnamdi Show

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Local Movie Making For The Masses

Can a decent camera, a laptop and a creative vision really spell success in the movie business? For one Washington, D.C., filmmaker, those elements--plus local talent and $20,000--resulted in "Ultrasonic," the first award-winning feature film created and produced entirely in the District. Kojo joins the filmmaker to discuss his work and how new technology is democratizing the filmmaking process.

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