We're proud to reveal to you a new short film by Notebook contributor Ryland Walker Knight, Inside Voices:
Two San Francisco girls sneak into an uncle's house, drink his vodka, and talk about losing their virginity.
In an article about his move from writing to filmmaking, Knight says:
"...making movies is way more fun than sitting alone writing about movies. Directing isn’t just designing shots, as many critics are dumb enough to focus on, but talking to people, thinking out loud, using as few words as possible to convey complex ideas or simpler parts of bigger ideas one part at a time, like in a string."