Tamika Guishard, writer & director of RHYTHM IN BLUES (formerly D-Days / currently in development) joins Directing Magic to discuss her filmmaking journey of getting her first feature completed, how to build your creative team and working with actors.
Marquette is joined by Sarah Moshman, director of THE EMPOWERMENT PROJECT and the Netflix hit documentary, LOSING SIGHT OF SHORE. They discuss Sarah’s innovative distribution of her work with Indieflix and how she was about to direct her documentary remotely while her subjects were out to sea.
Amanda Micheli, director of the documentary VEGAS BABY, talks about how she approaches getting people to open up on camera about private matters such as fertility and infertility-related medical procedures, how she was able to bring Morgan Spurlock on board as the Executive Producer of VEGAS BABY, and what she’s most excited about these days.
Alberlynne Harris, affectionately known as Abby, is a native of Los Angeles, California. She continues to defy labels and categories while remaining active with and inspired by various civic and socially conscious organizations. As an A Better Chance alumna of the Harvard-Westlake School Abby received her Bachelors of Science in Industrial and Labor Relations at Cornell University. She returned home to complete the JD/MBA program at the University of Southern California. She recently completed a long term project hire assignment as a Manager of Branded Integrations for Maker Studios (a Disney Company) where her clients included Disney Parks and Disney...
ALISON MAREK is an award-winning filmmaker with an MFA in directing from NYU. Her thesis short, “The Playground,” was sponsored by Showtime Networks Inc. and broadcast extensively on their channels. She also wrote and illustrated graphic novels that were published by Piranha Press (div. DC Comics). Her most current project is called “Play Me,” which takes place in 1957 and follows an inventive young housewife who tries to conquer a billion-dollar industry filled with corruption, greed and misogyny: the toy industry. LINKS www.AlisonMarek.com @Alisonmarekfilm Tweet