What a week. Life has been busy while prepping my next short. I've also been doing more client based projects to supplement my income with Professional Amateur Productions. But, you know, that stuff is all boring.
Here's some cool news! I was interviewed for this kick ass, feminist e-zine called MissCareer/Less. They asked me a bunch of questions about Politically Correct, being a filmmaker, and what my influences are. Pretty cool.
My favorite part is the headline. I didn't know there was a quotable part of the interview, but hey - it's neat.
If you want a highlight, here is an answer from it:
"We initially made the film for a local competition, and the judges really didn’t like it. I was surprised, but Laura Kirk [the actor who plays Allison] told me something important. It was something like,“Your film is your baby. You think it’s the most special and wonderful baby out there, and some people will think that too. But to everyone else, it’s just a baby.” For the record, I really like our baby. It was my first movie, so there were a lot of mistakes made throughout the process. It’s not perfect, but it’s still funny. The actors are really proud of it and, you know, I have a film out there on the festival circuit now. It’s been a huge first step for me.
As proud as I am to call this my first film, I know I have a lot more to offer."
Here is a link to the interview in full. Thanks for the interview, MissCareer/Less! Super enjoyable experience. 10/10. Would recommend.