Redding-born producer, screenwriter and actor Ryan Seamy thinks now is an excellent time to be an independent filmmaker.
Hollywood studios face restrictions during the coronavirus pandemic, limiting how they can work with actors and crew, he said. With fewer Hollywood films with which to compete, indie filmmakers have the chance to get more of their work into the public eye.
That’s what Seamy is doing during the COVID-19 crisis: Making independent films to entertain and make people think at a time as surreal as film noir.
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