Stepping In Front Of The Camera

Sorry for not posting anything last week, it was a really busy time for me trying to finish up school and everything. The film has been coming along pretty well but I haven’t been able to get some more footage for the film itself and that sucks because I miss it big time. But in all honesty I’ll have plenty of time to get more footage during the summer.

During that time I’ll be working with my special adviser for my film Camille DeBose (who’s a documentary filmmaker herself) and recently her documentary Good Hair has been selected to be shown at the San Francisco Black Film Festival . Let me tell you a little bit about Camille, she is my former professor at DePaul and I took many of her sociology and media courses and she has taught me a lot during my experience at DePaul. She has been a strong supporter of my film and as a matter of fact when I first told her about this film and the idea that I had about it she wanted me to do 6-7 films based on different issues involving people in wheelchairs. Look in all honesty I just wanted to do one film but as time went by I understood what she wanted me to do and I thank her for that.

We’re putting together an interview session where me and her will come up with some questions and I’ll answer them in front of the camera. I’m a little nervous about this because this will dive into my personal life but that’s what I want and that is the central premise of my film for the world to get to know me and to get to know about my life in a wheelchair. So instead of being nervous I should actually be excited because I want people to know that I’m not just a man in a wheelchair, I’m a man! It probably sounds cheesy but that’s how I truly feel.

Justin

Please support my friend Camille who’s currently working on her new documentary and fundraising on Kickstarter:

Hidden Brilliance

Also like her page on Facebook:

SocMedia

Thanks

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Author: jcooper82

Hey everybody welcome to Justin's Wheelchair Chronicles. This is a blog that's dedicated to my documentary The Wheelchair Chronicles. I'm 35 years old and I'm a proud graduate of DePaul University. Currently I'm of member of Access Living's Young Professionals Council. This film is a journey into my life and the struggles, the obstacles that I go through in my wheelchair. I'm doing this film not only to show people who I am but I want to have fun filming my crazy adventures in the city of Chicago.

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