Bret Wood Fights the Odds to Record the Final Atlanta Film Chat Episode of 2014

Hope your holidays are going well! This is the final episode of Atlanta Film Chat in 2014 and we have a great one for you. It almost didn't come to fruition, though, as literally everything seemed to be actively fighting against us getting it done - pouring rain, computers crashing, attack cats...you know, the usual.

Luckily our guest was one of the most chillest, understanding people we've had on the show thus far! Bret Wood, writer and director of The Unwanted, The Little Death, and Psychopathia Sexualis, came on the show to talk about The Unwanted's run in the festivals and its future regarding potential distribution. He also discusses working with the likes of William Katt and Hannah Fierman, his work with Kino Lorber, the struggles of working in the indie world, and his love of obscure silent films.

See you in 2015! Remember, if you want to come on the show to talk about your job, your latest work, or just hang out, email us at atlfilmchat@gmail.com and we'll figure something out!

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