In this conversation, I was able to speak with Elma Begovic, the star, co-writer and producer for the short film "The Day We Left," a story about a family caught in the religious conflict of the Bosnian War, who flee to seek refuge in Serbia, with their enemies.
Interview with Caroline Cox, Tiffany Ayalik, Documentary “Food for the Rest Of Us”
As I’ve started to watch more documentaries, my favourite kinds of documentaries end up being documentaries on subjects I know absolutely nothing about. That’s true with food activism, explored in the informative documentary Food for the Rest of Us, about four different groups of people from different walks of life, living off the land and each leading a food revolution. These stories are set in Hawaii, Kansas City, Missouri and the Northwest Territories; with each group featured with sometimes similar goals, but completely different stories. The story set in Hawaii, for instance, is set on an organic farm where many employees are teens 17-24 who are signed to two-year contracts, pay their tuition and give them stipends. The theory goes, “When youth cultivate the land, the land cultivates them.” I was able to speak with the minds behind the film, with the film’s director, co-writer and producer Caroline Cox, as well as producer and co-writer Tiffany Ayalik. In our conversation, we talked about their backgrounds, what brought them to a story like this one, and what food activism actually means.
Interview: In Conversation with Chloe Carroll and Brittany Snyman about Fear Crypt and Their Short Films “Delicious,” “Ticks” and “Elysia”
In this conversation, I was able to talk with Chloe Carroll and Brittany Snyman about their production company + YouTube channel Fear Crypt, where we talked about three of their short films with "Delicious," "Ticks" and "Elysia." Check it out here: