Being a director is a privilege.
Having the support and the resources to shepherd your dreams from an idea to an actual, tangible thing is an experience that very few will know in their lifetime.
When we set out to create the movie KATIEBIRD a handful of years ago, the dream was smaller, the idea was less complicated and the resources, though miniscule, were coming more or less from our own pockets and our own hearts. The responsibility to succeed was a personal one, and the rewards were equally personal. With A GOTHIC TALE, the challenges have so far been of a different sort.
I've learned to say less, think more, work harder and be grateful for each moment I'm allowed to spend making the movie more special and complete. It is amazing to me how much of myself I feel coming through in A GOTHIC TALE, as a person and as an artist.
This is an emotional horror film unlike any other I've seen or been a part of. The creation of it has been exhausting spiritually, mentally and physically. Now I'm ready to share it.
Thank you to everyone for reading, for watching, for listening and responding.
...wishing the best...
...from the void...