Dispatches | March 13, 2017
Interview with Student Filmmaker Nathan Wright
Featured this week on The Missouri Review Soundbooth Podcast is Nathan Wright, a student at the University of Missouri majoring in film. His most recent short-film, Death Deferred, debuted at the MU Undergraduate Art and Visual Design Exhibition. In his interview, Wright discusses the importance of story-telling in film, aspects that make a film good or bad, his inspirations, his dreams for the future, as well as future films he is working on.
To view his short-film Death Deferred, please follow this link: https://vimeo.com/198240809. His film will also be shown in the near future at Ragtag Cinema in Columbia, MO.
Interview conducted by Steven Zokal.
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