I have had a ton of people ask me recently what my next project is. "What's your next project?" "When are you starting on another film?"
Well guys, I have a new project. It is going to be very different from my previous and I am stoked to get started! It is going to be a documentary about a local restaurant called Spurlock's Malt Shop and kind of the story that surrounds it and its creation.
Now what I'm going to do is show you a bunch of documentaries that have inspired me:
This is a documentary about the female boxer Claressa 'T-Rex' Shields who won the Women's Boxing gold metal in the 2012 Olympics. I love it because it's a fantastic look into what life is like for an Olympian in real life, and how things are post-games.
How Mr. and Mrs. Gock Saved the Kumara
This one is just adorable and clever and super well executed. I especially love the narration and the color.
Artist Spotlight: Foreign Fields
This is a super personal look into the lives of the artists that make up Foreign Fields. I love the candidness of it and the fact that it's black and white. It makes it feel more authentic and time tested I guess.
(Also just go watch everything on Musicbed's vimeo because it's all amazing)
What is your favorite documentary? What's your favorite documentary style? Let me know in the comments below!