Meet The Filmmaker, Hannah Waterbury, “Burst”


Brr… while warming up after making insane snow angels out front of CFS… don’t ask me, it’s a thing I do… I broke down and wandered to the Library where I meet up with Hannah where she was “Burst”…ing with joy to answer a few questions for me.  FYI- Answer is always C… you’re welcome.


MM: Why did you become a filmmaker?

HW: Because filmmaking is an industry that requires intensive work, yet manages to be insanely fun. We may bleed and cry over our films, but dammit we’re proud of the blood we shed! 🙂


 MM: What are we going to see at the EFP? Has it screened elsewhere and what are your plans for it?

HW: BURST has screened at the Stanley Horror Festival in EstesPark, and it will hopefully see more festivals in the future. It is a short psychological thriller that focuses on the breakdown of a single scientist.


 MM: What else are you working on?

HW: Graduating!


 MM: Tell us one weird thing about you and/or your movies?

HW: I didn’t realize how dark of films I made until Burst happened.


 MM: Is there anything you’d like to say about The Emerging Filmmakers Project?

HW: Thank you for being awesome!


MM:  That was all me 😉  Thank you for taking the time to chat!

Come hangout with all the awesome people who help make The Emerging Filmmakers Project (Spoiler Alert: that is all of you) the premier Denver indy film screening event!


Burst” will screen at the May 15th Emerging Filmmakers Project!