Michele Plunkett reveals her plans for 2019, discusses the remake of her film Dead Survivorz, being in 3d art competitions, and more!

Interviews / Topic of the Week – Independent Filmmaker Michele Plunkett just filled us in on her latest plans for the year 2019 and I’m happy to finally share what she said in a recent interview we did last week. I hope you enjoy reading the short interview as much as I loved doing it!

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Internet Hollywood: Hey Michele! It’s a brand new year and many people have been putting in work to try to accomplish the goals they set out in the beginning of the year. I’ve talked to many talented people from many cities and got the inside scoop on their plans and I’m happy to finally cross path with someone as awesome and supportive as you. How did you celebrate the coming of 2019 and what are some of the goals you had put in place this year that you feel will help benefit your career?

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Michele: We made homemade dinner at home. Filet minon and seafood for New years eve. My production goals this year. I am currently remaking my first film “The Temple, what a knight does for love” which will be completed the end of the year. Between Spring and Summer, Ryan Loman is travelling up from Florida to make the finaly film of The Ryde. Around Spring we got a short film called “The Deterent” Lastly, I will be helping in Ryan Lomans film Agartha Falls. In a couple of weeks, The new remake of Dead Survivorz episode Resurrection, will be Airing on BBC and Amazon prime, distributed thru 13horror.com. It has been a good year beginning.

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Internet Hollywood: With the growth of technology, resources have became more accessible for beginners that are trying to get their careers started but most tend to fail and then give up on trying. Why do you feel people give up so quickly and what have you done at times you felt like giving up to get through everything?

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Michele: I usually want to give up on everything in the beginning. I think to my self, maybe I am over my head. Yet my passion gets me through. I keep going because I enjoy it. I think a lot of people give up because it is not what they truly love.

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Internet Hollywoo: According to my knowledge, filmmaking isn’t the only thing you are good at. I also recall you being good at designing as well. Will people be seeing more of that from you this year or anything else that may be different from what they will expect?

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Michele: Yes. I enter in a lot of 3d art competitions. Besides my cgi Film, You may see so 3d created fantasy portraits, A mini 3d printed statute or figurine or some random 360 vr Ride simulations. I even take 3d simulated request.

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Internet Hollywood: Judging by your experience, what has been the hardest thing you had to overcome as an independent filmmaker and do you have any fears now that we’re in a brand new year?

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Michele: Well in the beginning, The hardest thing I had to learn is who is the independent film for the art and fun and who is it in the film for a date. Since then my hardest issue is being questioned on the filming process during filming. I don’t like people holding up the filming progress nor any other kind of disruption. I hate for the life of me a prima donna center of attention or the unreliable Prima Donna. Even though the situations on what I describe is hard, I always anticipate certain behaviors and have already planned a plan B. WHEN I FILM WITH PEOPLE I film out of order and get the story line out first. The first sign of trouble I always have the basic storyline. Thanks to past experience, My problem solving abilities is almost defeated. I havent had a set back get me down once.

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Internet Hollywood: I noticed you show love to a lot of people’s events and made appearances to many of them How important do you feel it is for an upcoming talent to attend events done by others and is there something worth gaining from it?

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Michele: I think it is important to meet new people and talent. We all need collaberators. All creativity is like a singles meeting. Some creators hit it off well and others hit it off well and succeed. Have you ever notice one singer in multiple bands? Well that singer networked with other creatives.
I wish I could get out often as I use to.

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Internet Hollywood: Last question, how long does the filmmaking train goes before you decide to hang it up and do other things?

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Michele: It depends some people are so passionate about it they do it to they die or something else new and exciting comes along that exceeds that person previous passion.

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Internet Hollywood: Thank you, Michele!

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