Atlanta Film Chat Episode 111: Director Takashi Doscher (Moon Shine Still, ESPN's A Fighting Chance)

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One day, director Takashi Doscher said "let's do this thing" and make a film. That documentary became "A Fighting Chance" which led to Takashi being the youngest person to ever sell a documentary to ESPN.

Now, the Atlanta native has made his first narrative feature film in Georgia called Moon Shine Still. He came on Atlanta Film Chat to talk about both films and his hopes and dreams for the Atlanta film scene. Check out the episode!

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ANNOUNCEMENTS MENTIONED IN THE EPISODE

Film Bar Monday tonight (9/5) is at The Independent. Next week (9/12) it's at Joystick Gamebar. Visit the website at http://filmbarmondays.com for days and locations!

Learn all about special effects makeup with Ondie Daniel at SCADFILM's event this Thursday September 8th!

Head out to Smith's Olde Bar Wednesday 9/7 at 5:30 PM for the September Atlanta Black List Happy Hour meeting!

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