Today’s post features my interview with an awesome female indie filmmaker. Cassiah Joski-Jethi is in the process of making her fourth short film. It’s called Catch a Butcher, and I’ll let Cassiah tell you more about that!
This documentary is an inspiring look at sixteen individuals who (for various reasons) no longer hold “regular jobs,” but now make a living with online businesses. The interviewees represent a healthy variety of business models, including blogging, podcasting, and product sales.
I promised to share what amounts to my third iPhone documentary, but feels like my first serious one.
In any case, here are the results of my efforts! 🙂
I’ve blogged here about my own fitful ventures into the field of indie films. However, today on this blog, I’m featuring an awesome Q&A with talented indie filmmaker Cassiah Joski-Jethi. She’s currently crowdfunding a new short film, Kindling. You can check out the campaign here or click on the above photo. Cassiah recently completed another short film, Woman of the Night. And, for what it’s worth, I’ve previously mentioned Cassiah’s film, Polly, on yet another blog.