One of the challenges of making a documentary is that so many heartfelt stories are shared but never used in the finished film. A clip or two might appear in the behind-the-scenes footage, but mostly the interviews wither away through time, memory, and the ones and zeroes of the backup drive. One way I’ve thought to remedy my guilt is to release the entire interview in podcast form. But it just didn’t work. I interview differently for a documentary than I do for a podcast. Fortunately, last week I got an idea: What if I share stories from the cutting room floor? I could feature extended sections of interviews, stories, and anecdotes from past episodes of Getting Work To Work: The Series and other short films, not to mention clips from abandoned projects. The first entry comes from my short film about cartoonalist Jack Kent. He shares what it means to be a fearless creator through his main projects, Sketchy People and Gulls, and the best advice he ever received for creating art.
- Kent Comics
- Flawker Rawker on Spotify
- Flawker Rawker on Apple Music
- “Confidence Without Conceit” – Jack Kent, Cartoonalist / Getting Work To Work: The Series (S1E1)
- Midjourney prompt for episode art: fearless, creator, abstract –v 5.2 –stylize 1000 –ar 16:9