Filmmaker Jessie Anthony reflects on the powerful and emotional making of her directorial debut: Brother, I Cry
“It’s like a vehicle for me to talk about it. But not in a way where I feel like I’m putting myself at risk—it’s a really safe space for me. And it has been really liberating to create it, to write it.”
“If I wasn’t doing what I’m doing, I don’t know that I would still be here. So that’s my thing: I need to be able to go to my grave knowing I did everything possible to pursue this dream.”
Excerpt from #47 | Filmmaker and mental health advocate Natalie Rodriguez speaks about creativity under the circumstance of the pandemic!