by BOB B. BOB PRODUCTIONS, VACDOOMED PRODUCTIONS and PART OLSON PICTURES
(Austin, Texas USA)
The award-winning documentary ZOMBIE GIRL: THE MOVIE tells the story of 12-year-old filmmaker Emily Hagins and the two years she spent directing her feature-length zombie film, PATHOGEN.
With the help of her mother as agent, crew, and biggest fan, Emily launches an epic adventure in genre filmmaking, battling everything from budget shortfalls to self-doubt, all while coming of age as a teenager.
Emily has the vision and her mom has the driver's license. Together, their journey is an enlightening look at a growing world of young moviemakers and the bloodiest mother/daughter story you've ever seen.
Interview with director Erik Mauk below where he discusses lighting, budgeting, and legal hurdles encountered making his documentary Zombie Girl.
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Visit the official Zombie Girl website: zombiegirlthemovie.com/
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