On this episode: Howling, wolverines, and the Brown Girl Doc Mafia. We’re talking with filmmaker Amy Marquis about her journey from editor of a National Parks publication to acclaimed filmmaker.
- 00:35 – Introducing Amy
- 02:38 – Thoughts on the recent violence in Boulder and Atlanta
- 07:30 – Latest film project: ARA.
- 11:30 – Her first film project: THE WAY HOME
- 15:05 – What are the stories inspiring you? What stories do you want to tell?
- 24:38 – The story behind WOLVERINE
- 28:35 – The hard reality of raising funding for documentary films
- 31:45 – When did you decide to pursue filmmaking?
- 34:14 – Making the “reckless leap” into full-time filmmaking
- 38:30 – The Brown Girls Doc Mafia
- 44:05 – Amy’s daughter and getting outdoors during the pandemic
- 49:05 – What’s next?
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