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  I always knew my path. I would make short films, for no money; and I would get better and better at what I was...

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Day 3 of Mattson Tomlin’s DREAM LOVER

To quote Mattson, "this was Jon's day. He saved us." That would be Jon Robertson, who was mostly missing yesterday. Turns out he was...

Day 4 of Mattson Tomlin’s DREAM LOVER

A question of authorship and culpability: if a director has you break a mirror, who gets the 7 years of bad luck? Is it...

Taking Your Content Glocal

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Success Feels Weird and Unreal, After So Much Failure

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What Is So Bad About Feeling Good About Making Your Indie Feature?

  What's So Bad About Feeling Good About Making Your Indie Feature? Justin Fielding Filmmaker/Blogger I recently started a blog called 'Tell Me About Your Movie' where indie...

Day 2 of Mattson Tomlin’s DREAM LOVER

20 February 2011 My call is for 10:30am, which isn't so bad. Sure we were on a soundstage until roughly midnight, trying to figure...

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