picky film

Realizing I made a picky film.  It doesn’t do well with poor projection or mediocre sound. Too much is liminal.  The Mead screening was at Museum of Natural History — a place that is always charmingly out-of-date — but the film suffered from a horizontal gash in the screen. It was all you could look at during some of the liminal stuff  (like when Dani emerges from the fog).  The Brattle felt great and Upstate too. Good crowds, nice image, loud enough. Do all filmmakers ALWAYS want their soundtracks to be played loudly? I can’t bear to hear people rustling in their seats.


About Jacqueline Goss

filmmaker, teacher
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