Suzzanne and Brett Cromwell of the Lowell Film Collaborative host Watch →
Suzzanne and Brett Cromwell talk about their organization, the Lowell Film Collaborative.
Guest interviewer Jen Myers gets Bernie Lynch to talk about Lowell’s Boards and Commissions.
Richard Howe (of RichardHowe.com) joined our host Corey Sciuto in the studio!
Dick talks about his new book of historic photos, Legendary Locals of Lowell.
Today we had our LTC Studio session for our second episodes of Threads. We have a couple more segments to do in the field, and then editing, of course (though it’s not nearly as much work as doing a pilot!) but we should be posting brand new segments along with them assembled into a full episode within a week or so!
This month’s host is Corey Sciuto, and we had Dick Howe in the comfy guest seat talking about his new book, Legendary Locals of Lowell, which is officially coming out this Monday, March 11! You can check out the book’s Facebook page for updates, book signings, and where you can buy it!
Our second studio guest was Joy Mosenfelder, coordinator for the Coalition for a Better Acre’s new program, Merrimack Valley Time Exchange. It was great to meet Joy, and her enthusiasm for this new pilot program is infectious. The idea is to create a “time bank” where people in the community can help one another by exchanging services. This is a taking the neighbor-helping-neighbor idea a little further – instead of trying to find a single person to exchange time and services with, you give an hour, you can request an hour from the bank, and it doesn’t have to be the person you helped directly. Your hours are “banked” in the exchange! Cool concept, and I look forward to seeing it progress (and maybe giving an hour or two and getting some in return!).
We also have some other segments to wrap up, which I’m going to remain mysterious about for the time being. (Interest peaked? Like our Facebook page and watch for updates!)
Next month will be nerve-wracking for me as I will be running the board and directing. Something I’ve done in the past, but this time, in the studio with more responsbility! I got some practice time in today under the watchful tutelage of our real director, Jess, who is a very patient person. (She’ll kill me for saying that!) But cross training is really important to us, so that we can be flexible when we need to be, like when our talented director goes on vacation during our next scheduled shoot!! I will gladly give the job back to her when she returns. 🙂
If you want to help out on our show and learn the ropes (and if I can do it, you can!) or have ideas for segments (that we can produce, or you can!), we would love to have your thoughts and ideas…contact us at producers [at] lowellthreads.com (replace spaces and [at] with @).