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'Menschen' Part 3

Peter Wigand, Sarah R. Lotfi, Producer Anastasia Cummings and 1st A.C. Luke Askelson peer over the monitor on set
Peter Wigand, Sarah R. Lotfi, Producer Anastasia Cummings and 1st A.C. Luke Askelson peer over the monitor on setMark Mook

With Menschen's Indiegogo campaign winding down (less than 36 hours less to help get this film to festivals!), Sarah Lotfi shares her thoughts about the future and a bit about who inspires her:

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.

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