“Hollywood is starting to resemble its early days again when auteurs such as Charlie Chaplin breezed into town and discovered opportunities in the then new medium of film, now of course the format is digital”
Young creator-makers such as Morrison are already developing ideas and content to pitch in the new digital market, where the primary screens are not at a multiplex or in a TV box, but on tablets and smartphones.
Morrison says she is working on a comedy web series, which is “an alternative cookery show complete with a feather boa and a cup of soup,” that is already attracting interest from studios.
Press for Don’t Silence Me
Podcasts and other press:
Female Filmmakers Fuse Podcast
Artist’s Profile interview series by Behind the Rabbit Production company. Please click HERE for video.
Video and podcast interview with Michael Bott. To watch/listen click HERE
Podcast interview on Her Process with Jo Bozarth. To listen to the interview please click HERE
Praise for Audiobook Narration:
“Morrison varies her characterizations and uses accents sharp and hard, bristly and brusque, suiting the characters well. While all the characters are said to speak most often in Scottish and Scots Gaelic, the dialogue is always in recognizably accented English. Morrison’s fluid performance draws the listener into this colorful romance. M.B.K. Winner of AudioFile Earphones Award” Please click HERE for full review