Ep94: Spencer Gillis

On this episode of The Angry Millennial, we're chatting with director/writer + camera operator, Spencer Gillis.

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Spencer is a director, with his directorial debut, GUN, premiering at the Sundance Film Festival, which is available on iTunes and is being distributed by SHORTS INTERNATIONAL, LTD. Along with his latest short, SWEEP, premiered at the prestigious Aspen Shortsfest + online via Short of the Week and was selected as a Vimeo Staff Pick. As a co-founder of 2.35, Spencer has produced award winning narrative and documentary short films as well as directed work for VICE media.

In this episode, we chat about how mentors have been so important to his career, what it's been like to work on Netflix's, Orange Is The New Black, his surreal experience having his directorial debut selected by Sundance, having the support of Panavision for his films thus far and even OITNB, how fatherhood + racism inspired his story-line for SWEEP and more on this episode of The Angry Millennial.

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