Rosser Goodman, director of the short comedy film PEA POD, discusses her inclusive casting choices and breaking into the competitive field of television directing. They discuss Rosser’s winning experience with the Easter Seals Disability Film Challenge and breaking into television directing through shadowing programs.
The director of the upcoming feature film LITTLE LYING WILD, Samantha Aldana, discusses her short film THE MELANCHOLY MAN and her experience shadowing a television director for the NBC / Universal Diversity Directors’ Program.
Tomeka Winborne, writer & director of the foster care awareness short film AGED OUT, talks about her networking strategies and the importance of being willing to volunteer when starting out in the entertainment industry, what to negotiate in advance when working for clients, and her upcoming move to Los Angeles.
Anne Hu, writer & director of the daring short film CAKE discusses her brave choice to cast herself as the film’s sex robot, her work as a senior producer & editor for some of HBO’s top shows including Game of Thrones and Deuces, and the ladies’ mutual love for Ohio.
In this episode of Directing Magic; Marquette is joined by Paige Morrow Kimball, director of the award-winning PLAY DATE, ENDING UP and director of short films for Sesame Street. They discuss her collaboration with Tami Roman in Play Date and her successful application for the 2017 DGA Director Mentorship Program.
Bridget Stokes is a filmmaker who currently has several projects in development through her production company, Instant Pictures, including feature film Emmett, which she will direct, The Lost Husband, which she will produce, and a television adaptation of The Volunteer. Bridget recently completed production on a comedy web series pilot she directed titled Picked Up and post on a short drama she directed titled Think Fast. The Volunteer, a feature Stokes produced, won the Best Narrative Feature Award at the Urbanworld Film Festival.