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As some of you may know, Sarah and I are active documentary filmmakers and being part of a filmmaking community and looking for new techniques to improve your independent films is an important part of being a modern-day storyteller. That's why I've been a member of the filmmaking community and academy Story & Heart for almost a year.
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I met Scott in 2013 when Filmmaker Magazine graciously put me on their list of Top 25 New Faces of Independent Film. Through the list, I met some great friends and colleagues who I still collaborate with.
And that's exactly why I love Filmmaker Magazine. It's a practical, down-to-earth and approachable examination of the film industry that connects indie filmmakers. Whether it's DIY techniques, or interviews with all-stars, Filmmaker Magazine is a never-ending source of inspiration.
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