A Conversation With Seattle Filmmaker Janice Findley
Janice Findley is a respected experimental-narrative filmmaker who has had a retrospective at MoMA as well as work in their permanent collection. Her films have shown widely; ranging from big-city venues such as the Guggenheim, to the backroads of the U.S. courtesy of a bicycling projectionist. Janice shares her observations and experiences of being on the set of and in the editing room for THE PLAGUE, and how that experience has effected her approach to making her own first feature film.
This is a must for any independent filmmaker!
Janice is interviewed by Los Angeles-based artist and short-film maker, Caren McCaleb.
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