Tag Archive: rock and roll movie

Abating the Angst (And finding Her Aim Is True!)

Guest Post by Jon DeMaio, student of film & part-time production intern As I sit in a class that explores the indefinite definition of American “independent” cinema in my senior year at Wesleyan… Continue reading

‘Tall Cool One,’ The Wailers and the Northwest scene

TALL COOL ONE, The Wailers and the Northwest Scene Guest Post by John Broven The Wailers, widely reputed as the pioneering Northwest band, bounced into the national spotlight in 1959 with their very… Continue reading


(Production postcard from Seattle International Film Festival by Karen Whitehead) Four years ago I had never heard of Jini Dellaccio. This week, I walked through crowds that I would normally associate with rock… Continue reading


Whereas, Jini Dellaccio inspired her aim is true production team with the power of her imagination, sharing an artistry that uplifts and transforms our community; Whereas, Jini’s creativity reflects a wide range of… Continue reading

Greetings from the Edit Suite

Thanks for all the support from our donors we are in the process of completing the film now. Here is a sneak peak from the very last production shoot day, which we fittingly… Continue reading

Kathi Rabil on Social Media Philantrophy

SOCIAL MEDIA PHILANTHROPY: “HER AIM IS TRUE” Today we’re featuring an interview with the film director by social media strategist and Slice CEO, Kathi Rabil. Kathi writes: “I didn’t know a lot about… Continue reading

Guest Post: How We Live is How We Make Art

A special guest posting by Dan Neumann, rough-cut editor for Her Aim is True I have been involved in the documentary since August and as we are busy developing the film’s central theme… Continue reading

Production Rocks On!

The production team has expanded and we are hard at work on archives — the bug in the bed that riddles only the luckiest of documentary forms. We’ve gone to libraries, historic collections,… Continue reading

How soon is now? A tale of artful funding

With apologies to Charles Dickens, I think the indie arts funding landscape could not be better described: It was the best of times. (Thanks to crowdsourcing opportunities like Kickstarter, democratizing philanthropy) It was… Continue reading

Summer Festival Roundup

From Sheffield to Silverdocs, it has been a hectic but exciting time for the production. Highlight of the Silverdocs festival was the session I attended on funding arts documentaries moderated by David Wilson,… Continue reading