The question would be, could you do it… Could you put together a crew and make sure that you’ll be making prints of this film on reels for theaters? Faith Hurley once wrote that if you are doing this for distribution, then you’re in the wrong business. You have to love it, it’s got to be what makes up your soul, because when you write, you write because you feel like you have to. Doug Jackson calls it the final deed before a man dies; whatever it is, there has to be a better way to go about this, printing rolls becomes way too expensive.
Then you try to put it together, and make sure you don’t spend too much without losing your mind in the process. (I wish I had hundreds of millions of dollars to make whatever I wanted, but sadly I do not).
I suppose all the greats started out this way, the problem is quality control, how do you have an unbiased view without poisoning your reputation?
Maybe I should make some waffles to alleviate my headache.