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Podcast host Laura Ross and her longtime friend and producer Paul are challenged to re-examine their personal and professional relationships when a listener submits the daily "Christmas Challenge" that promotes togetherness to their ambitious "Modernly Independent" podcast.
"A Collection of Essays, Articles, and Easy-to-Digest Tips for the Filmmaking Family" Filmmaking is bizarre. Parenthood is wild. Create a lifestyle that includes both. This informative and witty collection of essays and articles takes the Stay-At-Home-Parent transformative reality, the Work-At-Home creativity, and the Indie-Filmmaker pure kick-ass grit and blends it together for a unique philosophy on the family filmmaking unit. This book addresses the growing trend of parents and artists with lifestyle obligations. And tells you to put those fears away and tackle issues as they come.Broken up into 7 sections: Basics of the #IWAHPF, Family & Parenthood, Producing, Writing, Acting, Film Festivals, And Industry Culture - this book includes several articles per section including contributions from her husband/producing partner/writing partner Ryan Schwartzman and a foreword by Director Marc Hampson.
A late night knock at the door from an absent friend brings the question - "I need you to come with me, but I can't tell you where we're going or what we're going to do." How far would you go to help those you care about?
With wounds still open from the recent end of their 5 year relationship, Drew and Beth decide to meet up for a quiet dinner at Drew's apartment to help solidify their newly found station as "just friends".
Krystal Parker's life fell apart when she discovered she couldn't have children. Everything she knew was gone, - but Letting Go Is Just The Beginning.
Hiding in the Open examines one night in the life of two capricious twenty-somethings searching for direction. Good natured but rebellious Chase, fleeing domesticity, joins his lesbian party-girl companion Denny on a tour through Los Angeles nightlife. Abandoned by her fiance and desperate to escape the solitude of her apartment, recovering alcoholic Hazel embarks on a parallel journey of self-discovery punctuated by the beckoning of a whiskey bottle. It's an emotional experience, finding poetry in it's images and truth in the spaces we try to ignore.
Freemont Gordon takes a road trip to escape the social pressures of his celebrity family, and begins anonymously building treehouses for people he meets on his journey.
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