Sharing stories through film is uniting, films have helped me in the past to look from another's perspective, and connect me to different cultures and people. To go into another world, different from mine, is truly a wonderful experience and learning.
#1 - Share a personal story with a sense of humour can save a life.
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#2 - Expressing your individuality through stories can save a life
“If you want a happy ending, that depends, of course, on where you stop your story.”
- Orson Welles.
The documentary film Guru Muni - Being and Becoming, explores the idea that everyone has the individual responsibility or duty to make the choice between the 'real world', and a world not by nature, not a natural world. Is Guru Muni the appropriate model of free will, or did fate play a role in his choices?
#3 - Do not make it personal - It's Your story , telling your story your way can save a life.
“I can’t afford to hate anyone. I don’t have that kind of time.”
― Akira Kurosawa.
Working in film with a large team is not an easy task, each has different ideas and can enhance the look of the film but remain true to your vision. The outcome is truly rewarding!
Lastly, knowing your experience and sharing your stories can go a long way in helping others succeed. Be sure to watch the film and please do share the blogs.