I’ve always been fascinated by films. So even though producing films is not an easy task, but I love it! Although, it’s just a short film. After a film was shot, I still have lots to do to move it further to other stages such as the post-production, the preparation to send it to film festivals. And so on. These are just 2 steps out of many developments that a film needs to go through after it has finished filming. So, there are still many transformations of the film await me. It can feel rather overwhelming if you’re not passionate enough about filmmaking. But I am. So for me, every step of the way is a true joy. I’m just so excited to create this horror short “BTO.” Nothing can tire me. It will be an incredible feeling seeing my work come to realisation. That’s the moment I am waiting for.
This weekend, I will be busy arranging lots of things. It’s like an everlasting job. There’s always something to do. That’s why if I’m not fascinated enough by films, I will give up very easily. But I’m getting there. This is something I wanted to do. I can see myself doing it for the next 5 or 10 years, or even for the rest of my life. I can’t imagine myself doing something else. So I take a small chunk at a time. Then, it doesn’t seem like an impossible mission. One little task each time is an achievable goal than trying to accomplish a very large target, which can put me off before I even begin.
I’m also an actress. So, apart from making films, I’m also busy with auditions, castings, reading scripts for auditions, and more. I also have just finished my drama spec script which I haven’t had a chance to do anything with it, yet. I just take one thing at a time. For now, I have to focus my energy on my short filmmaking project first “Blood Type O” before I can move on. The good news is that I have already written the whole screenplay, which was not easy. The most difficult part was already over. Then, I can take the rest more easy. As soon as my short horror film project is finalised, I will continue to work on my spec script and see what I will do with it. I will not ponder about it now. There’s no time for it at the minute.