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June 18, 2012 4:40 AMReply
This sounds great and I wish you luck. Caution. Your last line "together to the top" is the kind of inflated thinking that sinks people in Hollywood. Enjoy. Communicate. Work hard and let go the fruit of your action. This way you can percolate in the middle for a long time.
Stephen Dypiangco |
June 15, 2012 2:44 PMReply
Thanks for the article, Bryce and indieWIRE! Making National Film Society videos for the past nine months has been a creative and career dream come true. I had no idea that making 2-minute web videos with a friend could be so much fun and so quickly lead to legit opportunities. I hope other independent filmmakers seriously consider taking this non-traditional path with us. Producing content on a regular basis, getting insightful feedback from viewers right away and building a body of work are just some of the benefits we've been lucky enough to enjoy thus far.If anyone out there is interested in collaborating with the National Film Society in front or behind the camera, please reach out to us via email (hello@nationalfilmsociety), facebook (https://facebook.com/nationafilmsociety), twitter (@NatfilmSociety) or YouTube (http://youtube.com/nationafilmsociety). Together to the top!