Julie in the new recording space at the Carnegie Library branch for the Blind and Physically Handicapped. Thank you to Mark Sachon for all your help!
In the first chat from the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh branch for the Blind and Physically Handicapped, Julie Sokolow, a Pittsburgh filmmaker, talks to Genevieve about her process, goals and current projects. Being interested in varying subjects, Julie goes into depth about how she is able to weave her various passions into her filmmaking, eliminating the need to devote all of her work to one discipline. The discussion also tackles the relationship between artists, audiences, and their role within society.
The best resource to dive into Julie's work is through her website at www.juliesokolow.com. There you can find her current and past projects like Healthy Artists and Aspie Seeks Love, as well as her previous endeavors.
This chat was recorded at the wonderful facilities at the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh branch for the Blind and Physically Handicapped. The AP Collection is extremely lucky to have access to such a great resource. If you'd like to talk to Genevieve, check out the about page.
— Tim Goodier