27 – Faith Fuller Turns Tables on TDL Host, Chris G. Parkhurst

TDL’s (Temporary) New Host

We are excited to announce that the new host of TDL is Faith Fuller (formerly of Desktop Documentaries)!

Okay, so maybe it’s only for one week.  And while Faith still holds her post as founder/curator of doc filmmaking resource Desktop Docs, at least for this episode, Faith turns the tables on regular host, Chris G. Parkhurst, and puts him on the other side of the interview!

In this particular episode, we delve a bit deeper into Parkhurst’s film/tv background, how travel affected his decision to get into film production, the importance of doing the dirty work and selling yourself as an independent filmmaker, why and how he decided to do a podcast, as well as a glimpse into some of the future plans for TDL and the podcast.

 

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Host and TDL Founder, Chris G Parkhurst

Chris is a documentary filmmaker and the founder and host of The Documentary Life, a platform which aims to inform and inspire documentary filmmakers from around the globe.

1 Comment

  1. Faith Fuller on 05/26/2017 at 3:25 PM

    Thank you Chris for the opportunity to sit in as guest host. What a BLAST! You’re offering a fantastic service to the documentary community and it was an honor to participate. Keep up the good work!

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