Musicbed today released "MAKE," its feature-length documentary film that explores the motivation behind a creative life, on all major video on demand platforms.
Featuring award-winning director Reed Morano, A.S.C. (The Handmaid's Tale, Meadowland), indie pop duo Sylvan Esso and renowned graphic designer Aaron Draplin, "MAKE" looks at the hearts, minds, successes, and failures of creators with a cast of visionary artists, designers, filmmakers, and musicians. While many documentaries have tackled creativity, "MAKE" aims to go deeper and get more personal about how an artist's identity in what they make is affected when their ego gets in the way.
"In the creative industry, the thing that motivates us directly affects what we're going to create," said Daniel McCarthy, the film's executive producer and the founder and CEO of Musicbed. "Instead of asking 'what', we as artists need to be asking 'why'. Our hope is that 'MAKE' will force creatives to question their motives and find a more freeing and healthier vision of what it means to be an artist."
"MAKE" is Musicbed's first feature-length film, which the company produced over the course of two years, and has won the acclaim of creative critics and professionals alike. The film is now available for rental and on iTunes, Amazon Video, Google Play, VUDU, Vimeo on Demand and Microsoft Movies & TV.
I don't know what your plans are for this evening, but mine include watching this. Absolutely.
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