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A One-Woman Filmmaking Crew

When the last of my filmmaking buddies left for Los Angeles I was lost. I realized I had a choice. 1). I could mope–which I did for about three weeks. 2). I could start all over making new connections–which is … Continue reading

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My Thriller Debut (Part III)

I must say that again I got lucky. I can’t take sole credit for the way the team pulled together. I mean in 48 hours you really are asking a lot of people. It doesn’t sound like a lot, but … Continue reading

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Lessons Learned From My First Audition

One of the benefits of being involved in other filmmaker’s projects is getting to meet more filmmakers. As the Script Supervisor on a feature horror film, I was invited to attend the producer, Justin Johnson’s, casting call. Naturally, I had my eyes open for casting my next project. Continue reading

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My Directorial Debut Part II

I couldn’t wait to start filming and I couldn’t sleep. In the middle of the night I realized that passersby might panic seeing us walking around with M-16’s. So I made a couple of impromptu signs borrowing ‘open house’ signs from my sleeping realtor-husband. Continue reading

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