MEET THE FILMMAKER: Bradley Haag.
Bradley is screening the “Nebulus Visions Stop-Motion Collection” September 20th at The Emerging Filmmakers Project. EFP Host Patrick Sheridan had a chance to chat with Bradley.
PS: Tell us about yourself and why you’ve become a filmmaker.
BH: I like seeing the stuff in my head come to life, and when I can get the resources together, I make it happen. I’m not sure I have a definitive style yet. I prefer to work with the smallest possible budget because it encourages creativity. And I usually don’t start a project unless I have a clear vision of what the logo or graphics will look like.
PS: What are we going to see at the EFP?
BH: These are several stop-motion experiments. A few years ago, my friend Adam and I weren’t making videos often enough so we set aside a “playday” each week where the goal was to make a video, no matter what. These shorts played previously at Open Screen Night.
PS: What else are you working on?
BH: Currently I’m co-producing/DP on a feature film called Trauma (written and directed by Eileen Agosta). I’m drawing a graphic novel, producing a movie podcast, and redesigning my website.
PS: Tell us one weird thing about you or your movies.
BH: One weird thing about my movies is that they are weird.
PS: Where can people go to find out more about you?
BH: People can go to nebulusvisions.com to watch my videos and read my bio.
PS: Is there anything you’d like to say about The Emerging Filmmakers Project?
BH: I’m thankful the EFP exists and affords me the opportunity to screen alongside other great local talents.
PS: We look forward tot he screening!