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Snapshot: Molly Vogel

Snapshot: Molly Vogel

I fought back in my own little ways, like dressing as the macabre Angel of Death for “Bible Character Day.”

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Snapshot: Alice Airoldi

Snapshot: Alice Airoldi

There is also an unhealthy obsession with "natural talent," making it somehow more meaningful than hard work, and this has never sat well with me.

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Peter Malone Elliott and Alexander Sharp of "Wired Shut"

Peter Malone Elliott and Alexander Sharp of "Wired Shut"

Wired Shut writer/producer, Peter Malone Elliott, and director, Alexander Sharp, discuss the behind-the-scenes details of taking their feature film, from idea to completion.

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Snapshot: Patrick Franklin

Snapshot: Patrick Franklin

There is nothing more motivating than just observing human beings in the wild.

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Snapshot: Kelsey Grace Pfiefer

Snapshot: Kelsey Grace Pfiefer

I think all artists are inherently invisible problem solvers. We see an empty space in the world and want to fill it with our ideas, our images, and our stories.

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Snapshot: Dan Williams

Snapshot: Dan Williams

I have always sought to understand as many points of view as possible. I want to make these worlds accessible through empathy. To make them entertaining by surprising audiences and subverting expectations.

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Snapshot: Erin Muroski

Snapshot: Erin Muroski

The only way I've found happiness in this crazy business is to build a solid friend circle of people who genuinely want to see me succeed and vice versa.

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Snapshot: Josh Litman

Snapshot: Josh Litman

There was a time when I was on the path to become a clinical neuropsychologist. But while I love learning about the brain and human psychology, I'm a storyteller at heart and, ultimately, had to follow my passion.

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Snapshot: Bianca Ursillo

Snapshot: Bianca Ursillo

What I’ve come to realize over the years is that you have to stop looking outside yourself for validation.

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Snapshot: Allison Mattox

Snapshot: Allison Mattox

"Much of my writing has centered on historical dramas, including a short film set in 1960s Appalachia and another in 1970s New York."

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Snapshot: Heidi James

Snapshot: Heidi James

In writing, I am every character's voice—even the location's.

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Snapshot: Jack Martin

Snapshot: Jack Martin

I cherish the couple of hours in a theater when the phones are silenced, the lights are dimmed, and you’re completely immersed into another person’s world.

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Snapshot: Edith Rodriguez

Snapshot: Edith Rodriguez

I don't believe in points of no return, I want to be an example that it's never too late to take action and go after what you want.

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Snapshot: Lizz Marshall

Snapshot: Lizz Marshall

It's okay if your creative flavor isn't for everyone, as long as you're telling your own truth—there is an audience that will respond to a genuine, well-told story.

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Snapshot: Jenna-Marie Warnecke

Snapshot: Jenna-Marie Warnecke

Your art is whatever you make or do in order to process the world and the incomprehensible experience of being alive in it. That's why it feels like work and also why it feels necessary.

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