Interview by Harry Sherer
Anna Rust: The best thing about being a juror is you get to see everyone’s really unique creative take on their babies. It’s wonderful to get to be a part of assessing and watching these films. Because, as you know, making a film— most people get stuck at the idea stage.
They have a great idea, and they don’t end up doing anything with it. But with being a juror, you get to see someone who’s gone through idea to script to pre-production to filming to post-production to marketing the movie— which is incredible! To get that is pretty amazing even if it’s a crap film. In this particular case, we’ve had so many great films, so it’s an incredible achievement for everyone involved but also an incredible privilege for me.
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