Spending the beginning hours of Valentines day in an office editing this video. These little blog videos are worth it for me, though.
Probably wouldn't have it any other way.
This is what it takes to make a film, huh? I feel like I lost a bit of myself, but in a way, I gained a bit of something too. I'm already excited to start on something new, because as abruptly as this internship ends, I am thrown back into the life I had before.
Life goes on. Things don't stop. It's hard for me not to get nostalgic.
I barely had time to watch any movies or read anything. My mind was filled with film though. Yes, I ate, slept, breathed film. Did I sleep? AHAHAHA.
Anyway. This internship was intense and grueling, but above all else, completely inspiring. I was pushed forward alongside amazingly talented and disciplined interns and Cameos and Connies, to complete the work. I wanted to keep up and I wanted to do good, because I listened to the tiny voice inside me that knew I could. #barz
It's true though. In the middle of the internship, I was able to re-wire my brain to think of ways to learn more rather than take things personally. I feel prepared to do more and tackle on another film project. Or at the very least, I want to test myself and strike while the iron is hot. Are you picking up what I'm putting down.
A Hidden Life
Color Out of Space
Sweet Smell of Succes
Queen and Slim
Visions of Light
Eyes Wide Shut
The Grand Budapest Hotel
Harold and Maude