Every film needs to find its audience. Some come with multiple built-in audiences which is always ideal for an indie film trying to make waves in the ocean of films out in the market. Local film The Sunday Lady, all about the life of Martha Berry and the foundation of Berry College, is a great example of this.
Producer Jessica Leigh Smith came on the show to talk about The Sunday Lady and why it's an important film to make. We also discussed the faith based film market, the struggles women face in the film industry, as well as her Youtube series Alyssa's Tips for Easy Parenting.
Special thanks to guest host Pamela DeRitis from Call Time Atlanta for the assist this week!
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Kathy Berardi from Red Clip Video is headlining some great workshops about filmmaking in September. The next one is September 12th at the Lovett School, Room 202 from 12:00 to 3:30 PM. If you've ever had a great idea for a short film but wondered how you even begin the process much less finish a full film this workshop is for you!
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Did you miss our TV pilot Pepper's Place at the Atlanta Film Festival? Now you can check it out at the Rome International Film Festival! It plays at 3:00 PM on September 11th.
Film Bar Monday tonight (9/7) is at The Independent and next week (9/14) it's at Joystick Gamebar.
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