Q: How do you feel about being selected to participate in Colorado Independent Women of Film?
AP: I feel incredibly honored to have been selected.
Q: What are your hopes for the event?
AP: I am excited to meet other women filmmakers from our rich community and see other interesting films.
Q: How important is it to focus on regional women filmmakers?
AP: Incredibly important. There is so much talent and unique voices that it’s important to give women filmmakers here an opportunity to showcase their work.
Q: Who would enjoy attending the festival? Is it just for the filmmaking community, or is there a reason why non-filmmakers should attend?
AP: Anyone interested in film should attend!
Q: Tell me briefly about yourself and your film/project.
AP: This project was collaboration of so many talented cast and crew members. It really hit home my love of working on independent films.
Q: What else are you working on?
AP: I am currently finishing a new short film Trace shot on super 16MM. We are in post production now. We’re excited to be able to show it out in the world soon.
Q: Where can people go to find out more about you and your work?
AP: I am not currently on social media right now in any capacity. We do have a page for Trace if you want to learn more about it.
Q: Is there anything else you’d like to say about Colorado Independent Women of Film?
AP: This is a great organization and so important to support women filmmakers especially in a smaller market like Colorado. Again the work that comes out of the artistic community here astounds me. It’s great to have a venue to see these films.
Elsie Goes Walking will screen Saturday, May 11th at 1:00 p.m. at The Bug Theatre.