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TFC Newsletter, February 2023
TFC Newsletter, January 2023
"If I spend the rest of my life making wildlife films in Texas, we will still not cover nearly all the stories that exist out there." We won't even try hide it - its our genuine hope that Ben Masters spends the rest of his life making wildlife films in Texas! Catch up with our latest Made in Texas interview with Ben as we discuss the process of filming "Deep in the Heart", working with Texans' on private property and the best part of filming in Texas.
When making her animated short film "Flying in the Dark", director Annika Horne worked with a team of animators, each with their own unique art style to bring the film to life. Her thoughts on working with a diverse team of artists: "I gave the animators a decent amount of creative liberty to think about how they wanted to tell the story...so its definitely like each animator has a chance to have their spotlight, on their style." Hear more from Annika about the specifics of working in animation, working at the Sweetwater National WASP Museum, and more in our latest Made in Texas interview.
TFC Newsletter, December 2022
What does Red Sanders, President of Fort Worth-based Red Productions and a Producer on Kendrick Lamar's music video N95 think about filming in Fort Worth, you ask? "You don't have to just shoot cowboy stuff in Fort Worth - I think this video clearly shows that - but we also love that that option's there..." Hear more from Red as he discusses what he thinks Texas brings to the table in terms of filmmaking, the challenge of bringing a horse into a world-class art museum and pulling off big-shot ideas in our latest Made in Texas interview.
"That was always what the film was supposed to be," writer Stephen O'Shea told us about "Hell or High Seas". "A metaphor for veterans returning, but also a testimonial for adventure therapy & what that can do for people, especially veterans." Hear more from Stephen and U.S. Navy Vet, Taylor Grieger, as they discuss working in the deadliest waters in the world, starting a nonprofit to work with veterans and how good it felt to film in "The Motherland" (AKA - Texas) right now in our latest Made in Texas interview.
How does "Manos de Oro" filmmaker Merced Elizondo feel about being a Texas filmmaker? "For me, I want nothing more than to be a Texan-Mexican-American filmmaker and to go stunt on the Europeans in Venice, Berlin, Cannes…those are the places I want to play in, but as a Texan." Spoiler alert - that's not even the best quote from the interview. Check out our latest Made in Texas interview right now.