NYC-based filmmaker Amy DePaola asked me to be a guest on her fantastic new podcast Pink Among Men.
We spoke for an hour about Creating Feminist Media, my recent documentary, religion, mentorship, motherhood, and more. If you want to know more about me and what motivates my work, give it a listen below.
I also recommend subscribing to Amy's podcast. It's great.
Pink Among Men Episode 103:
Mentors, Religion, and Creating Feminist Media
It's been a year and 11 days since I submitted my MFA thesis film to Emerson College. I intended to share my production documentation once I'd recovered from finishing a graduate program while pregnant slash coping with new motherhood. Over a year later, it's looking like I'll never recover. So here it is now.
Behold: the written work I submitted alongside the final cut of Families Can Be Together Forever.
Professor Rob Sabal taught me that teaching philosophies rarely say anything substantial, but are increasingly required if you have any hope of teaching in higher education. Which I do. Here's my attempt to actually SAY SOMETHING.
Behold: the formal proposal for my MFA thesis project. Coming August 17th (whether I'm ready or not).