This episode features short filmmaker Alexandra Ramires who shares her approach to short film storytelling. She also shares how she received funding to make her Oscar-contending short, “Tie”, the collective of directors behind the animation, and her process to create the film’s unique look.
You’ll also learn:
*How to make each moment of a film have impact
*How sustainable a career in short films is
*How long it took to make an 11-minute film
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