We recently had the pleasure of talking with filmmaker Anna Kipervaser, whose film, A Meeting, In Light, is showing at this year’s Indie Grits Festival.
1. What is your connection to the South?
I have lived in many places in the world, and several places in the South, which I keep returning to. I am currently living and working in Durham, North Carolina and I love it here very much!
2. What was your muse for this film?
My muse for A MEETING, IN LIGHT was what it is for all of my films: light, dreaming, magic, synchronicity, love, and all the living beings in the universe – the sensitivity of being alive.
3. What was your first film?
I started CAIRO IN ONE BREATH – a feature doc – in 2009, though I completed it in 2015. The first film I completed is SYMPHONY, which stars a cockroach.
4. Did anything interesting or funny happen on set during the shooting?
This film was shot at multiple locations, and developed throughout the shoots.