On this Girls That Create podcast episode, host Erin Prather Stafford welcomes award-winning filmmaker and playwright Cynthia Salzman Mondell. Their conversation focuses on Salzman Mondell’s journey into filmmaking, her work, and insights about the industry.
They also touch upon the importance of storytelling and the significance of community support for female filmmakers. Salzman Mondell emphasizes how filmmaking can be a powerful platform for social change and why respecting the stories of others is important.
Links to Films Mentioned
About Cynthia Salzman Mondell
Cynthia Salzman Mondell is an award-winning filmmaker and playwright who believes that films can make a difference in people’s lives. IN HER SHOES is her current film, and she is working tirelessly to work with organizations so it will make a difference in the criminal justice system. She has partnered with Allen Mondell for most of her work, and they both founded the non-profit organization Media Projects Inc. The Mondells have made over 41 films together, including six films about the life, death, and legacy of President John F. Kennedy for the Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza.
For more information about Salzman Mondell and her work, visit mediaprojects.org.
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