By k | May 25, 2013 - 6:00 am - Posted in New Business Development

When asked,
in the Spring 2013
UofT Magazine,
what advice she’d give
to students wanting to make films,
Sarah Polley replied

“The most important thing is
to keep working.
It’s so easy
to make short films now
with very little budget.
There is no reason
not to start making films
instead of just thinking about them.”

Of course,
Sarah Polley’s not talking about
making special effects heavy Hollywood blockbusters.
She’s talking about making small starter films,
films made with phones and handheld devices,
films that might never be seen.

The point isn’t to make a great film.
The point is to move
from thinking to doing,
to START.

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