Microdocumentary by Mammals
Photo Credit: Stan Ng of Scary Cow Productions Renee Marchol on Camera for Palo Alto History Museum
Microdocumentaries produced by women are increasing. Still the public often mistakes me for craft services or a production intern if my male friends are also on the set. I'm film maker, Renee Marchol.
SmartyGirls and SmartyFellas are my allies on and off the set. I've crewed for men and women producers. I hope to close the education gap and reduce the barriers to entry for the next generation of women digital content producers.
This behind-the-scenes microdocumentary trailing the video production projects led by women producers for 3 months will last as a tutorial of what works and what doesn't in one of the most entertaining how-tos crowdfunding has ever seen. Adorkable teaser of one such project below:
Our filmmaker? A fan of the late George Carlin who graduated as one of the few female MBAs of 2007 and works in technology & entertainment journalism.
Periodic podcast-like episodes will be shared of audio interviews such as this one: https://soundcloud.com/renee-marchol/seattle-bicyclist-victoria-gibson-2017-june-12-part-2-emerging-ebikes-documentary-raw-audio-excerpt
Supporters will hear as a glimpse of behind-the-scenes and filming-in-process for Part 2 of the Emerging Ebikes Documentary series. Screening of Part 2 is scheduled for September 2018.
Electric & Folding Bikes Northwest is our bicyclist community education classroom, focus group meeting place and interview-by-appointment home base this Summer 2017 for filmmaking.