It’s hard out there for an indie filmmaker. Especially, if you’re producing psychological thrillers about lost causes. Writer/director Edgar Michael Bravo didn't let that stop him. Tired of getting the same notes from his agent --that he was too esoteric, not commercial enough -- Bravo decided to make his own feature. Five films later, his latest is Mother’s Red Dress, the story of a 19-year-old boy suffering from domestic abuse. Script sat down with Bravo to get the secret to longevity in the tough world of indie filmmaking.
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