Perseverance, adapting, improvising and the sorts of thing that keep a lot of movies from being made


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My husband/coproducer Michael Lewis noticed a screw missing on my best tripod at the first shoot at Shotgun studios—he secured it with duct tape. After the second shoot at the first shoot at Shotgun studios, I noticed a second screw missing. Mike said he thinks he knows where we can get replacements. Great! I said—for now can you bring that spool of wire because you know, don’t you, that this is the sort of thing that keeps a lot of movies from being made? DERMALIAN by Sylvia Toy. Co-Producer Michael Lewis. Composer Anne Coroller Germanique. “Aliens long after humans, who having discovered the ruins of the New York Public Library & becoming enamored of humans, establish the Ruins of the NYPL archaeological site & investigate why humans became extinct.” You can make a donation to the project through our fiscal sponsor Women Make Movies: https://www.wmm.com/sponsored-project/dermalian/. Many thanks to donors Roxanne Claire, “Empathy”, Francesca Fini, David Griess, Mrs. Pippi Konstanski and Daniel O'Reilly. #femalefilmmakers #scifi #empathy #environment #plasticpollution #chromakey #greenscreen #animation
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