Jason Osder

Jason Osder is the director and producer of the award-winning documentary Let the Fire Burn, assistant professor at the George Washington University’s School of Media and Public Affairs, and a partner at Amigo Media, a color-correction, postproduction, and training company. Jason co-authored Final Cut Pro Workflows: The Independent Studio Handbook with Robbie Carman, his partner at Amigo, and he creates online training courses for Lynda.com.

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Talks

Jason Osder (Let the Fire Burn) Talks Brett Morgen’s Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck

By Jason Osder | May 5, 2015

Jason Osder (Let the Fire Burn) Talks Brett Morgen’s Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck

This wickedly complex, finely detailed and deeply human portrait reveals the man behind the mythic musician.

Jason Osder (Let the Fire Burn) Talks Exit Through the Gift Shop, Five Years Later

By Jason Osder | January 10, 2015

Jason Osder (Let the Fire Burn) Talks Exit Through the Gift Shop, Five Years Later

Half a decade after its premiere at Sundance, a look at the rabble-rousing street artist's debut documentary and its impact on the non-fiction form.

Jason Osder (Let the Fire Burn) Talks Göran Hugo Olsson’s Concerning Violence

By Jason Osder | December 11, 2014

Jason Osder (Let the Fire Burn) Talks Göran Hugo Olsson’s Concerning Violence

The Swedish documentary director's latest archival film tackles the topic of breaking free from colonial bonds, but its approach is problematic.

Jason Osder (Let the Fire Burn) Talks Orlando von Einsiedel’s Virunga

By Jason Osder | November 6, 2014

Jason Osder (Let the Fire Burn) Talks Orlando von Einsiedel’s Virunga

A beautifully shot documentary that plays like a thriller and is issue-driven to boot — so why aren't more people embracing this film?