Ebb and Flow – making indie films in unstable times

by Peter D. Marshall

This article is from Another Indie Filmmaker.

“With the economy falling apart and times just being incredibly unstable, it feels a bit strange to carry on with something as seemingly trite as making an indie film. There have been a few moments over the past few weeks when I’ve really felt a little lost with the economy going to shit, people losing their jobs left and right and things just being generally weird.

But last week, when I felt a particular moment of anxiety, my husband and I took a walk on the beach. We were walking close to the waves, watching the water wash upon the shore. Watching wave after wave roll through and gently break into the sad, it made me realize, that no matter what is happening in the world of human beings, life carries on, nature continues its course and things simply move ahead whether we like it or not.” Read rest of article.

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