Conversations with inspiring random acquaintances

Episode 9: Kartik the filmmaker

Episode 9: Kartik the filmmaker

Kartik Singh grew up in the midwest to Indian parents who had moved to America to complete their education. He spent his youth, like many in his generation, watching TV and movies, developing a love of the experience and inspiration they carried with them. His life led him from Kansas to Washington, D.C. and, eventually, to Paris. In his story we see how he evolved from a film enthusiast, to actor, to writer, to critic and, ultimately, to taking the leap to make something. “Make bad stuff” is my favorite quote from the conversation and as you listen, you’ll understand why.

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Kartik Film

Takeshi Kitano – Japanese director, author, screenwriter mentioned during our conversation

 

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