40 minutes | Aug 12, 2020

Ep 74: "Trying to do projects that are good for the world" New York Times filmmaker, Dillon Hayes

Dillon is a film editor based in Los Angeles. He works in documentary, music videos, and commercials/branded content. He brings empathy, passion, and a collaborative attitude to every project. His influences vary across mediums and expressions -- music, literature, skateboarding, politics, and history among them.

Dillon's work has been featured on the New York Times, Vimeo Staff Picks, Short of the Week, NOWNESS, The Guardian, and Stereogum.

Clients include Amazon Music, YETI, Vans, Church’s, and Universal Music.

CONTACT:
(785) 317-5173
contact@dillonmhayes.com

I enjoyed talking to Dillion about his documentary 'All I Have to Offer You is Me'

Synopsis
In 1990, Larry Callies was an aspiring country-western singer on the verge of signing a record deal with MCA in Nashville. But when he developed a degenerative vocal cord disease that took his voice and ended his singing career, Larry had to start over. We follow Larry as he finds his voice again.

Here is the link to his Vimeo Page: https://vimeo.com/dillonmhayes

If you liked this podcast, shoot me an e-mail at filmmakingconversations@mail.com

Also, you can check out my documentary The People of Brixton, on Kwelitv here: www.kweli.tv/programs/the-peopl…xton?autoplay=true

Damien Swaby Social Media Links:

Instagram www.instagram.com/damien_swaby_video_producer/

Twitter
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