Travel Filmmakers Must Change to Survive

by Peter D. Marshall

by Frank Klicar.

I would like to share the following with you. It shows what other travel journalists are doing to keep in business. Here is the first report:

Active Gail Mooney has recently screened “sneak previews” of her feature documentary Opening Our Eyes, a film about people making a positive difference in the world. The film is the culmination of a round-the-world trip that Gail and her daughter, Erin Kelly, completed last summer, seeking and filming change-makers on six continents. The first sneak preview took place on July 17 at the State Theater in Traverse City, Michigan, followed by another screening in Detroit at the UM Detroit Center.

Several TRACS members have already gone on the “indy” circuit rather than giving the traditional travelogue presentation. This seems to be a trend among other travel journalists as well. Now, here is the second report:

Read the rest of this article from Travel Adventure Cinema.

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