The Sentence That Ended A Filmmaking Career — Daniel Stamm

Film Courage: At this stage of your career, how do you measure your own success?

Daniel Stamm, Filmmaker: How do I measure my own success? I have to admit, we just talked about social media. What is fun is that you have a direct feedback loop from your audience on Twitter. I do read Twitter and their comments because the great thing is that people that are posting on Twitter don’t think that you are reading it. So it’s the purest feedback you can get, more than I get from my family or my agents or from anyone ever.

The most honest opinion is Twitter. What is great about it too which is you always get forget the innocence and lack of cynicism with which a general audience outside of Hollywood consumes your stuff. Because you are in this bubble of…(Watch the video interview on Youtube here).


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