Kathryn Gould: What other projects would you like to work on? Do you plan on staying in Colorado or are you LA bound (or somewhere else)?
Sarah R Lotfi: I am always drawn to productions with a strong story and thorough execution, I really enjoy directing, producing and marketing those films, and I plan to continue doing just that. There are a lot of directions I am considering between teaching a course on film theory and working commercially. In all honesty, Menschen is just getting started so I don't want to think too far ahead without seeing where it will go first. When I am so close to a film like this, there is so much work to be done daily to keep up with it!
KG: What successful filmmakers do you look up to? Who in the film world would you most like to meet?
SRL: There are a myriad of film masters out there I would feel privileged to learn from and I admire for different reasons. I love Kathryn Bigelow for courageously directing outside the niche stereotype for female filmmakers.
Best of luck to the Menschen team, and thanks for making such a meaningful and beautiful film.