Advice To A Filmmaker Who Leaves Los Angeles With The Dream Still Inside Them — Adam Cushman

Writer/Director/Actor Adam Cushman: What does that mean Breaking Into Hollywood. I don’t know what that means?

Film Courage: We had another comment come in on our Youtube channel. We want to run it by you to see your reaction. The person wrote “I’m 33 and started making short [films] when I was in my twenties. I work the way that Steven Soderbergh works – directing, shooting and editing. Right now I’m in a heavy depression. I had to move back home two years ago after pursuing film for the past decade. Home is a tiny island. I won a…(Watch the video interview on Youtube here).






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Solicitude – A crisp, cinematic 96-second short film on mental health (depression, loneliness, suicide) and what each one of us could do to CHANGE it.  In times of quarantine and remote work, mental health has become essential. Writer/actor Uday Krishna’s Solicitude spotlights mental health, depression, and suicide with a positive ending on how all of us can improve within our own network. Uday along with Christina Perez (the director, editor, background score) and Emmanuel Vega (DOP, Lights) shot this short in three hours using one location.