Most indie filmmakers understand what it takes to get your movie done no matter what. Often "what it takes" is lots and lots of time as working off favors and good wishes can take a while to pull off. Such is the case with today's guest Sam Carter whose film Good Grief Suicide Hotline plays at the Plaza on March 23rd at 9:30 PM!
Sam and his team finally pulled it together and now he fruits of their labor will be seen at the festival. In our chat he talks about the epic journey making the film, his time on big budget movies like Selma, and why more money might not necessarily make for a better film!
Remember we're doubling up episodes to squeeze all our content in so look for another episode on Wednesday. That one will feature the filmmakers behind Satanic Panic 2: Battle of the Bands!
Announcements Mentioned in the Episode
Film Bar Monday tonight March 9th is at Joystick. Next week, March 16th, it's at Argosy. The next Film Bar Wednesday is March 18th at Johnnie MacCracken's in Marietta.
The Atlanta Film Festival formally announced that Zombie Cat Productions' TV pilot Pepper's Place is playing on March 28th at 10 PM at the Plaza. Grab your tickets ASAP as this will surely sell out!
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