How They Did It: Filmmaking

Episode 29. Rochelle Fetters, Domestic Abuse Survivor Making a Film To Educate Us All

February 19, 2019 Season 1 Episode 29
How They Did It: Filmmaking
Episode 29. Rochelle Fetters, Domestic Abuse Survivor Making a Film To Educate Us All
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How They Did It: Filmmaking
Episode 29. Rochelle Fetters, Domestic Abuse Survivor Making a Film To Educate Us All
Feb 19, 2019 Season 1 Episode 29
Ian O'Neill
Rochelle Fetters is an emerging filmmaker who is a survivor of domestic abuse working on a very important film called Breathe.
Show Notes

This week’s guest, Rochelle Fetters, is an emerging filmmaker who is a survivor of domestic abuse working on a very important film called Breathe. She’s been in the business for some time as an actor but has written and will direct the film which will shed light on domestic abuse.

Her very important film Breathe, needs your help. So, please follow the links below to find out how you can contribute to this worthwhile project.

Breathe on Kickstarter

Brethe Short Film on Instagram:
breatheshortfilmnm

Breathe Short Film on Facebook:
@breatheshortfilmnm

New Mexico Spotlight Foundation
To make tax deductible donations.

Rochelle’s personal links on social media
@cassandrarochellefetters on Facebook
@rochellefetters on Instagram

My thanks to Rochelle for a great conversation. 

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Thanks again for joining me and I’ll be back with another show next week. Until then, Keep Shooting!



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