Caitlin FitzGerald: What is the space you want to make for your artistry?
July 28, 2015
Like the Water was born out of many bottles of wine, naive enthusiasm, and a group of lady friends large enough that if one person faltered and screamed, “What-are-we-doing-we-don’t-know-how-to-make-a-movie!” there was always at least one of us having an empowered day who could say, “Nah, we got this.” And maybe because we didn’t know any better, and maybe because we really believed in what we were doing, and really believed in each other, seven months from the moment I first drunkenly suggested that we make a movie in Maine, we found ourselves doing just that.
How Michelle Kantor’s Cinefemme is Changing the Script for Women Directors
July 16, 2015
There is a movement happening among women in the film industry; a slow-building wave that is taking me and my fellow filmmakers up with it. In the face of dismal and declining statistics for employment of women in the film industry, women filmmakers are turning to each other for support. In the process, we’re finding our power.
Top 5 Misunderstandings about Self Distribution
February 24, 2015
This article was originally published on jonreiss.com