Our latest episode of Direct Chat will feature Angela Houston. Her short film, June Heist, is a selection of the 2020 Phoenix Film Festival. Angela will talk about her approach to filmmaking, as well as talk about some fun stuff like streaming recommendations. Join us at 10am on Thursday, April 23rd live.
We’ll take audience questions through a chat and also ask their opinion on questions like:
- What are some of the most important lessons you’ve learned as a filmmaker?
- How do you plan on using this time of social distancing as it relates to filmmaking?
- What’s on your streaming list?
Thursday, April 23rd
10am (video will be recorded and posted for anyone to view after)
Register here via Zoom. (you will need to download the Zoom app to watch the live feed)
FREE event – open to the public (limited to 100 participants)
The event will be hosted by IFP Phoenix Program Director Aaron Kes and we will be interviewing Angela Houston. More info on Angela:
Angela Marie Houston is a 21-year-old filmmaker currently attending Northern Arizona University as a film major. She began making films in 2012 and since then has been apart of over 50 different projects, experiencing all roles of filmmaking from being a production assistant on the feature film Wish Man to producing independent short films. She enjoys working as a writer, director, producer, and assistant director.
Currently, Angela is the president and producer of UTV Studios, NAU’s Student lead production company, where she directed June Heist and produced Heart of a Priest. Angela attributes most of her learning to out of class experiences such as the IFP Phx’s summer camps, UTV’s productions, and self-exploration of the craft. She hopes to one-day direct feature fiction films.