Micro Interview: Susie Singer Carter

Micro Interview: Susie Singer Carter

Based on a true story, Susie Singer Carter’s My Mom and the Girl is about an odd encounter between a woman with Alzheimer’s has on the capricious streets of Los Angeles. Susie joins us for the screening of her film on Saturday, October 28th. Check out some of her thoughts on filmmaking!

If My Mom and the Girl were the offspring of two other films, who are its parents?

Something’s Gotta Give and Away From Her

What do you find unique about working in short form?

It’s a labor of love. Your success is proportionate to your team’s commitment and affinity towards the project.

Because it’s Halloween: what’s your all-time favorite horror flick?

American Werewolf in London

Any wisdom for aspiring filmmakers?

Don’t wait for breaks. Go out and make them. Trust your instincts. Work with like-minded people. Have fun.

MY MOM AND THE GIRL | Saturday, October 28, 6:15 pm | TICKETS