Aprill Winney, filmmaker (podcast)

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Aprill Winney is a filmmaker whose work has appeared as part of the Southern Circuit Tour of Independent Filmmakers.

In “Counting Backwards,” Joe is diagnosed with leukemia the day after he meets Claire, the woman of his dreams. Choosing not to reveal his illness to Claire and refusing treatment so that he can spend his remaining days living the life that he always wanted, he begins writing a novel about his experiences as both a method for coping and an attempt at a legacy. “Counting Backwards” tells the story of one man’s struggle to transform his life and embrace romance and passion in the time he has left. The interview explores Aprill Winney’s work as a script supervisor in Los Angeles, her transition from theatre to film, and her film “Counting Backwards” which was on the Southern Circuit Tour of Independent Filmmakers.

An audio interview with Aprill Winney, courtesy of Southern Arts Federation.

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This interview is conducted by Allen Bell (Director of Contemporary Arts, Southern Arts Federation).

-- Hannah Leatherbury, E-services manager, for the Southern Arts Federation, shares these podcasts via SouthernArtistry.org. The Southern Arts Federation showcases the work of outstanding Southern artists on a juried, online artist registry www.SouthernArtistry.org. This interview and more are available at
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