That, generally speaking, is our schedule for the next 2 months.
Nothing is ever set in stone in the indie film world, but here's what we know.
I'll be in Seattle, working on a film until September 7th.
Assuming Phil Seneker hasn't given away my car, I'll then be heading toward Los Angeles. I'm speaking at an event on September 17th with Victoria Westcott and Marty Lang.
After that, the next thing that's completely set in stone is the Flyway Film Festival in Pepin, WI (that's "C", for those of you who are bad at geography) on October 20-23.
What would make my life soooo much easier would be projects that are more or less on the way. Denver, for example. Or Kansas City. Or Vegas. Or San Francisco. You get the idea. Will I go to Atlanta? Or Berlin? Sure. But it'll be tricky.
So, get on it. Let me know when and where I should point my car.
Free publicity for your film. You'd be crazy to not take advantage of it.
Filmmaker Lucas McNelly is spending a year on the road, volunteering on indie film projects around the country, documenting the process and the exploring the idea of a mobile creative professional. You can see more from A Year Without Rent at the webpage. His feature-length debut is now available to rent on VOD. Follow him on Twitter: @lmcnelly.