Your point is well taken. Also not everyone gets to go to NYU. "The rest of the concept was built around a choreographer and dancers whom Amy had known and worked with during her time at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts."
Thank you Avery! This is what the article should have been written about. The original was pretty elitist.
Super awesome article. Really digs deep. Thank you. And yet I still have no idea what "impact funding" is? Will someone please give me a few examples of actual things I'm paying for that are considered impact? Like is it money to hire a social media person? Hire a PR person? Money for web hosting? What is the tangible thing I'm paying for.
Does it have clean-HDMI out?
This film was gorgeously shot and color corrected. Also killer set design. Can we get the details? What camera? What post software? Also I noticed the very subtle use of smoke or haze in the minister's office at 3:02. BTW, there's one scene setting that brought me out of what I imagined is a story taking place in a small town. The coffee house scene. It totally looked like Brooklyn or Queens. After a second or two I wondered if this story takes place in a small city/suburb like Atlanta/Phoenix/OK City. A tiny hiccup in an otherwise totally excellent film.
Along these lines is there a similar app/website for a) locations? Or another way to say it; Air BNB for locations? and b) for props like cars, clothes, appliances, typewriters, etc?