Posted on Monday July 11, 2005 by Edward Hilbert
I was seated in front of 3 digital cameras under bright lights at Montgomery Community Television Studios. Next to me was Craig Herron and Mark Cohen talking about our movie, Freedom Dance. It was an interesting experience.
We will have the possibility now to get our documentary on the air much before we are able to actually complete it.
This TV show will be aired on several cable channels in the Baltimore/Washington areas.
The questions that the interviewer asked varied between how I managed to get out from Hungary to how and where I started drawing my journal-sketchbook. Craig was asked about different technical questions about our documentary, what kind of system that we using to animate my drawings and how we will combine the drawings with life shots, photographs and the narrations in our documentary film. I did my best on the first questions that Mr. Cohen asked me. Craig did a great job explaining the technical part of our film.
All we missed during the taping is Steven Fischer. He should have been seated with us since he is one of the main anchors and a producer of our talented group.
I hope this interview will help produce some needed donations so that we can complete our film in time for the 50th Anniversary of the Hungarian Revolution in October 2006.
The Coffee House: http://www.coffeehousetv.org/