Sharp Instincts, A Good Team, and Great Stories: How to Pick a Winning Independent Film

In Conversation: With Luc Déry of micro_scope by Wanda Waterman The Voice Magazine, Volume 22 Issue 25 2014-06-20 Luc Déry meets me at Café La Rue et Fils in Montreal on a crisply cold and brilliantly sunny May morning. The café is crowded with professionals tanking up for the morning fray, so he suggests we conduct the interview at one of the tables outside. He’s a serene soul with kindly blue eyes and a reserved politesse, and is apparently quite well known here—our discussion is often punctuated by greetings as people come and go. It hasn’t been easy to get … Continue reading Sharp Instincts, A Good Team, and Great Stories: How to Pick a Winning Independent Film

Weird America at its Beautiful Barnum-and-Bailey Best

The Mindful Bard: The Greatest Show on Mars by Wanda Waterman The Voice Magazine, Volume 22 Issue 25 2014-06-20 Album: The Greatest Show on Mars Artist: Clothesline Revival “Never known to have performed before any live audiences on Earth, Clothesline Revival received an exclusive invitation to join an interplanetary circus on a mission to become the first musicians from Earth to entertain Martian colonists.” – from Clothesline Revival’s official website Imagine you’re one of the new Martian colonists. A childhood dream of adventure, or perhaps a longing to escape the madness of earth, has compelled you to set up homesteading … Continue reading Weird America at its Beautiful Barnum-and-Bailey Best