#FemaleFilmmakerFriday – It’s Not Good Yet.

I grapple with how much to share on here – how much of the process to reveal, how much to show the sausage being made. My general inclination is to only show polished performances & work, which I adhere to completely when other people are involved. But what about things I’m writing or doing myself? Do I share works in progresses? Or only completed, finished things? To that end, do I share scripts? or only shot, edited, and corrected work — do I adhere to the medium in which I see something, or do I share whatever straws I have?

I think it’s a really interesting struggle for artists — when is art done? (never) and when do I share it? Moreover, as an actor, we have a really unique artistic process; you see the entire thing. You see us working. A painter doesn’t work that way – you see the painting, not the painter. With an actor, you see the good, bad, and ugly. 

So I’m opening this #FemaleFilmmakerFriday post up to you guys — I want to know how much art YOU reveal to people. Do you share your works as they go or are you a purist? Do you share only what you deem “worthy”? …but then, how do you decide what (or when) that is?

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— Kate

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