Today’s guest is Laura Dunn, director of Look and See: A Portrait of Wendell Berry. In this episode we’ll be looking at what makes Look and See different than typical bi-opics, how creativity comes from the challenges we face, what lead Laura to the film and so much more.
- Leaving out a heavy handed narrative can allow the reader or viewer to leave with their own impression of what something means
- Constraints on our work can lead to creative solutions
- It can be easy to judge other’s from an academic viewpoint, without taking the people into perspective
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