Diary of a Michigan Migrant Film Worker
A Scott Shaw Zen Documentary.
In the mid 1970s, a critically acclaimed documentary, Demon Lover Diary, was created around Donald G. Jackson as he directed his first feature film, The Demon Lover. Twenty-five years later, while he was making his final feature film, this documentary was filmed.
Diary of a Michigan Migrant Filmmaker takes the viewer deep into the chaotic mind of this filmmaker as he explains his ideologies, philosophies, and the filmmaking techniques that he employed while creating thirty feature length films throughout the course of his career. In this documentary the viewer is also allowed to witness the reactions of the cast, the crew, and the filmmaker himself as he overcomes all of the obstacles laid out before him as his creates his final feature film.
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