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Respect The Process is a filmmaking podcast. Commercials & advertising, indie films, and other stuff I find creatively interesting. 

May 5, 2021

Writer/Director Skinner Myers is an award-winning filmmaker and film professor at Loyola Marymount University. Skinner wrote and directed four short films: Chimera, The Last Supper, Obscured, and Nigger, while studying film at USC School of Cinematic Arts. I reached out to Skinner after seeing "The Sleeping Negro" at Slamdance 2021. "Confronted with a series of racially charged incidents, a young black man must overcome rage, alienation, and hopelessness in order to find his own humanity."

Click here for the trailer. The writer/director says he used a "narrative/experimental" approach to filmmaking.

Skinner and I talk filmmaking, his path to directing and how he made this film, of course. Then we venture into a very real discussion of racism in America, racial inequality, and more heavy stuff that needs to be discussed. I know you'll appreciate Skinner's POV.

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Thanks,

Jordan

This episode is 95 minutes and sponsored by Oso Delicious Hot Sauce, the hot sauce made by bears. Flavorseeker Fun Pak's ship Friday's at 3pm.

My cult classic mockumentary, "Dill Scallion" is online so I'm giving 100% of the money to St. Jude Children's Hospital.