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A hot melting pot mess.
America has traditionally been referred to as a “melting pot,” welcoming people from many different countries, races, and religions, all hoping to find freedom, new opportunities, and a better way of life. But what if this “melting pot” mentality is the demise of maintaining one’s identity? Do we dilute our own heritage by melting it together with a stockpile of other cultures? Learn how Denise Soler Cox and Henry Ansbacher help Americans straddle being 100% American and 100% Enye.
A non-traditional approach to making a documentary.
Unlike traditional documentary projects that build leverage big marketing dollars to build a following post-release, indie filmmakers like Denise Soler Cox and Henry Ansbacher are challenging traditional approaches by employing new age social media and Internet marketing tactics to help build an audience on a budget before the documentary is released.
Using social forums to help select the cast.
Most filmmakers select their cast through auditions and casting calls. Now, we’ve all seen a movie where we think to ourselves “If it was up to me, I wouldn’t have casted that actor for that role.” Based on the way that Denise Soler Cox and Henry Ansbacher are setting up Project Enye (ñ), viewers will have a say on who makes the big screen. Both filmmakers will be taking into account the popularity (shares, likes, pins, etc) that each Enye’s micro-doc receives and use that as a reference point when selecting the final documentary cast.
Below are links to various photographs, podcast files and embeddable video links you can directly download to your desktop to use in your story or post. All materials downloaded from this site should cite the following credits: Courtesy of Project Enye (ñ).
Telemundo did an excellent interview and video of Denise and what is an Enye (ñ)? CLICK HERE
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