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Patricia Vidal Delgado Explains Her Filmmaking Style And Why Instinct Is Important

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Film Courage: What would you say is your filmmaking style?

Patricia Vidal Delgado, Writer/Director: I think the kind of films that I love to watch and therefore are the films that I seek to make are very indie, very raw, very rugged, kind of rough around the edges but films that have their heart in the right place. I think definitely that is the kind of filmmaking that I gravitate toward and filmmakers who take risks (like big risks) are the ones that I…(Watch the video interview on Youtube here).

(Watch the video interview on Youtube here)

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