This is the first in a series of interviews we completed to launch our “What is Your Repass?” campaign, a campaign to stir up a social media buzz to see this powerful film […]
When I teach or meet up and coming filmmakers one of the things they constantly ask is: how can I prevent losing a crew or a cast member? I usually […]
The picture I’ve included above is a Haitian veve. It is drawn on the ground in Haitian vodou ceremonies to call each deity. This one is Papa Legba. I’ve loved […]
The people of the New Orleans can be tough and candid, but also tender and fierce in way that we don’t always get to see.
5 Reasons to support The Repass on $5 Friday In an effort to increase our donor numbers on our Indiegogo campaign that ends January 1, we are holding a special […]
No one can ever take that [your voice] away from you. Unless you let them.
When did the movie world stop feeling? I miss movies that make you feel. Have you noticed that they are almost gone from the screen. No offense to the hard […]
Few people know this but I found my way into the filmmaking world via poetry. As a college student, I loved poetry and I wrote my thesis as a book […]
A few days ago a friend called me on the phone to share a story about her and a homeless person who often comes to her door. She was feeling […]
There’s a funny thing that happens as you approach the shooting of a major film project, something deeply meaningful for you, as important as the very breath you take. I’m […]