Maine filmmakers have been through a lot the past two years. What’s already a complex, resource-draining, and creatively fraught process of making independent films (in Maine, of all places) has been, in the time of shutdowns, lockdowns and restrictive yet utterly necessary safety precautions, become even more of a grind. And, as filmmakers, writers and other lonely creative types know, it’s the grind that gets you.
Sometimes what you need is a quick, no-nonsense hard ending date to jolt you out of your doldrums, is what this veteran of surprise deadlines is saying. And, hey, if there’s the
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