Creative COW Podcasts: Bringing The Whale to the Big Screen - Part 3
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: David Roth Weiss
: Creative COW Podcasts: Bringing The Whale to the Big Screen - Part 3
Husband and wife filmmakers Michael Parfit and Suzanne Chisholm.
Join us for an informative discussion with first time filmmakers, Mike and Suzanne, as they give us an insider's view, behind the scenes, on their incredible journey that took them from the inkling of an idea for a magazine article to the big screen.
You'll learn what it took for these long-time members of the Creative COW community to realize their dream, as they followed the plight of an enchanting little whale named Luna, who simply could not bear to live a solitary existence alone in the sea.
We're sure you'll find Michael and Suzanne's to be terrifically informative, enlightening, and entertaining. So please listen in, as we welcome the creators of "The Whale" to Creative COW.
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Creative COW Podcasts: Interview with Mike Parfit and Suzanne Chisholm PART 3
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