AH, Sunday has knocked on our door once again.
Here are all the wonderful things the Carbon Trace Productions Team has been peeping this week:
- This fantastic tutorial on the finer points of B-roll here at Carbon Trace Productions by our very own leader and chief Andy Cline.
- I started CRYING this week after Springfield’s own Crystal Methyd made the top 3 on Rue Pauls Drag Race.
- Carbon Trace Productions’ own Jym Wilson, who has a 38-year career in photojournalism, has taken some amazing photos for our “Songs from the Street Project” Check them out here.
- Give an extrovert a call today. They may need it more than they will admit.
- Shakha Benbow, director of our spring 2019 student film “Zero,” and MSU Professor Jon Mabee worked on this film together. A very powerful message ready for your eyeballs.
- If your soul is starting to get weary during these weird times, take a load off, read this, and forget about making bread. It. Is. Over.
- Keep your fingers crossed for us. We turned in a grant proposal to the Ford Foundation this week to fund our next big project: A Portrait of the Ozarks.
- IndieFilm Hustle has been a good resource for up-to-date news in the documentary film industry. This week’s podcast on production safety guidelines post-COVID gave me plenty of great ideas about how to keep the whole team safe. I will be writing a post about some of his suggestions and other suggestions on the blog later this week.
- We are continuing to add new members to our Patreon account. Our “Early View” members and up got an early release this weekend. Become a sustaining member today!
- We are very proud of our Bear Grads this semester! We found this GIF of Volunteers Marlena and Natalie that MSU put on display this week.
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