“Why do you want to make movies anyway?”
Let’s just break this down. How much of your free time (or maybe even time you should’ve been spending being productive) have you spent binge-watching your favorite show? How many nights have you insisted on staying in because watching Grey’s Anatomy recorded just isn’t the same as watching it live? How many movies have you paid to go see throughout your lifetime? My point stands. I don’t just want to make movies, I want to be a part of the industry that consumes so much of our time and thoughts. I want to impact people’s lives through film. It’s one of the only industries out there that has such a substantial amount of power over us — I want to be a part of that.
Today marks one year since I officially released my longest documentary short film to date. It’s the most time consuming video project I’ve ever worked on but anyone in the filmmaking industry knows that a project you’re passionate about can be both insanely frustrating and rewarding because when you’re passionate about the content, you want it to be perfect. Continue reading “Making Strides: Fighting For Hope, One Year Recap!”
The Breakfast Club is among some of the most well known films from the mid 1980’s. After watching the film, I took note of a few quotes I think still hold a significant amount of impact today.
There are so many different elements that go into making a successful film or television series. So many in fact, that the viewer doesn’t grasp the entirety of what is going on. As a film enthusiast, I was curious to see what makes a film noteworthy to others. In addition to this, they were asked to give an example of one of their favorite films or TV shows, then explaining why it is noteworthy in their eyes. Is it the characters, the life lessons presented in the film, the take away points, or just the overall storyline and action? These were their answers.