Most filmmakers start out wanting to focus on one thing but end up heading in a totally different direction. The latest episode of Atlanta Film Chat features Daniel Espeut, a director who went through a similar trajectory. Want to start out as a narrative director, Daniel soon found a bunch of documentary subjects in his lap.
Greasepaint, his feature documentary, landed him a ton of attention including Indie Auteur of the Year at the Bare Bones International Film & Music Festival. In the episode we talk about his success, everything he learned about clowning, his wedding DJ business, and a ton more!
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Film Bar Monday tonight (9/28) is at Mac Magee's and next week (10/5) it's at The Independent.
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