Killing Your Babies and Making Important Decisions as a Director

by Peter D. Marshall

by Jentri Chancey.

Today, I’d like to address a couple of difficulties all filmmakers endure when making indie films and how we might overcome the pressure and rise to the occasion of greatness: 1) killing your babies – whether it’s a character in a script or it’s a scene of dialog in your film and 2) making important decisions as a director/keeping your voice.

But first – I must send praise to the Gods – We just locked picture on Visible Noise, and it feels like an eternity coming! Earlier on, when we had some delays, it was important to take on the mentality of doing things right and not in order to make one festival deadline. I’m excited to announce that we’re officially in color correction and sound design land!! Our new official deadline is May 31st.

Read the rest of this article from For Love of Indie Filmmaking.

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