Sharisse Zeroonian started making films at the age of 12 on an old camera and editing them on Windows Movie Maker. However, she never intended to be a filmmaker instead she planned to be a teacher, but things change. She is now writing, producing, and directing films and television. She tells us about the experience of having a film screening where one-person shows up to watch the film, dealing with crazy people on the train while on her way to a shoot, and then losing a tripod. And we discuss the realities of no-budget filmmaking. It is hard work, but work that is worth it for the reward of the experience and final product.
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