“If you want to be a good storyteller, tell stories you want to tell…It’s really about the passion.” Dayna Reggero
She’s been called “Earth Mother” in Women’s Day magazine and won awards for her short films about climate-related effects on local communities. Today, filmmaker Dayna Reggero takes us behind the scenes to how she works her magic.
- How to tell a good story – “Something you believe in.”
- How she decides what stories to tell us – “the slow reveal.”
- How her Masters in Environmental Science and policy influences her films.
- Production and partnership tips.
- And, unusual career tips for artists and creatives – and all of us, really.
“We all have a part to play in creating the kind of world we want to live in.” Dayna Reggero on Green Connections Radio
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You’ll probably also want to listen to Joan’s interviews with:
- Emellie O’Brien, Founder of Earth Angel, reducing the carbon footprint of television and movie productions (including those nominated for an Oscar and an EMMY, ones you’ve likely seen)
- Flo Stone, Founder of the DC Environmental Film Festival on how to build and grow a film festival.
- Ashley Bell, actress and activist, producer of documentary “Love and Bananas”
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