Digital Stuffing: The Making of the movie “The Puffy Chair”

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Brothers Mark & Jay Duplass admit that they’ve made a lot of bad films, but they said ” …it wasn’t unil we started shooting digitally and we started just taking all the chances that we needed to take to come up with something unique and something special…it’s kind of a complex form and you have to afford yourself the opportunity to mess up and do it again, and digital is great for that.”

PodTech’s Michael Johnson speaks with the actor, director, producer, writer siblings about their first feature film, “The Puffy Chair” , which was an official selection at Sundance and winner of the Audience Award at the South by Southwest Film Festival in Austin, Texas. It opens in theatres this summer.

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