One of the most rewarding experiences I've had in making the film thus far, aside from doing interviews, is collaborating with a number of dedicated people around the country who have assisted with archival research, motion graphics, and transcriptions for editing. The enthusiasm people have brought to the project is infectious and inspiring.
A new round of internships will be available in the new year, so if anyone is looking for an opportunity to participate in the project, please go to the links below and apply!
The past year has been a bit tumultuous, from my father's death to helping a loved one recuperate from a heart attack. And now, after a three month hiatus, I'm back at my day job at Warner Bros.
I'm still dedicating a lot of time to making the film, though, and in many ways, I've never been busier. I'm juggling things on three different fronts: cleaning, restoring, and animating the artwork, shooting more interviews, and transcribing the video footage in preparation for editing.
For the transcriptions, I've been extremely fortunate to have a team of amazing volunteers and interns, located all over the country, to help go through over 40 different interviews -- entailing well over 100 hours of video footage filmed over the last three years. It's a labor-intensive but critical step i...