Have you ever wondered if your life's work has been successful? And, if so, what the real definition of success might be? In Find Your Way, a young documentary filmmaker, Brian Nunes, sets out to discover why we like some things and not others as he follows the journeys of some popular Seattle street performers, otherwise known as buskers, through the process of opening themselves up to the crowds and hoping their performances connect.
At one point in the documentary we see the story of Joshua Bell, a world-famous violinist, busking in the subway as part of an experiment to test whether the crowds will appreciate great passion and talent when the artist is removed from the performance halls and placed on the sidewalk. Their responses are shocking.
Brian's real-life journey parallels the ones in the film as he works to get the documentary onto more screens around the country. So far, at the International Film Festival in Spokane, WA, it sold out to two audiences and at Houston's WorldFest it won a Remi, proving itself a popular fan-favorite.
We'll have a conversation with Brian about the film and his thoughts on success.
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