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I’m so excited, and I just can’t hide it! I finished my first book
You can view a preview copy or order a copy from Lulu.com. There is a special 15% off offer when you type in the code FIRESIDE305 that is good until February 15th.
From the back cover: “Independent filmmaker, curator and educator Nadine M. Patterson shares over twenty years of experience in the world of independent cinema. This book offers practical advice for the independent filmmaker, and critical analysis of the industry.
Chapters in the book include:Yes– You Must be Crazy to Pursue this asa Career; Money is the Last Thing YouNeed to Make a Film; and For Colored
People: Why Selling Out by Perpetuating
Negative Stereotypes and Making Bank is
a Form of Cultural Suicide “