Filmmaker Nathan Williams and inspiring songstress Cami Lundeen
When you’re gearing up to direct your first full-length feature film you are in for quite an adventure. Find out what that really is like – from the funding challenges, to production – from NW filmmaker Nathan Williams. He’s in the final stages of crowdfunding (seedandspark.com) his suspenseful thriller called “If there’s a Hell Below,” a film about whistleblowers, journalists and murder. It’s like it was pulled straight from today’s headlines. You can also see one of Nathan’s previous works, an emotional short called “The Dinner Table,” when it airs May 2, 2014 at 9PM on KCTS Channel 9 in Seattle.
Speaking of emotional … In 2010, Vashon native Cami Lundeen was diagnosed with an incurable liver condition. Struggling to cope, while raising and homeschooling 4 kids, she used songwriting as an emotional outlet. The results have been awe inspiring: a crowdsourced CD called “Run Free,” and a load of critically acclaimed live performances. You can catch Cami live at the Triple Door on April 11.