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How rich is Christopher Carson Emmons?

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Full nameChristopher Carson Emmons

Christopher Carson Emmons net worth & biography:

Christopher Carson Emmons grew up in Milwaukee, where he had a great interest in filmmaking. In college he made the no budget feature film "Shine Baby Shine" about a shampoo salesman shot on location in Chicago. He went on to direct veteran film/TV actor Mark Metcalf in "Prone," which premiered at the 2014 Jersey City International Film & TV ...

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  • Won awards

    YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
    2016Exceptional MeritDepth of Field International Film Festival CompetitionBest Short FilmSurrender (2016)· Mark Renshaw (Writer/Executive Producer)
    · Tom Hoover (Associate Producer)
    2015Festival PrizeWildwood Film Festival, USBest Horror/ThrillerNew Skin (2014)· Sabrina Culver (executive producer)

    Nominated awards

    YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
    2016Festival AwardMadrid International Film Festival, ESBest Short FilmNew Skin (2014)· Sabrina Culver (executive producer)
    2016Festival AwardMadrid International Film Festival, ESBest Short FilmNew Skin (2014)· Sabrina Culver (executive producer)
    2015Gold AwardCineRockom International Film FestivalBest ShortNew Skin (2014)· Sabrina Culver (executive producer)
    2015Gold AwardCineRockom International Film FestivalBest ScriptNew Skin (2014)
    2015IFS AwardIndependent Filmmakers Showcase IFS Film Festival, USBest Horror Short FilmNew Skin (2014)· Sabrina Culver (executive producer)
    2015Festival PrizeSt. Tropez International Film FestivalBest Short FilmNew Skin (2014)· Sabrina Culver (executive producer)
    2015Festival PrizeSt. Tropez International Film FestivalBest Original Screenplay of a Short FilmNew Skin (2014)
    2015Festival PrizeSt. Tropez International Film FestivalBest Director of a Short FilmNew Skin (2014)
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    1Stories, whether told in film, literature, etc., have the power to let you safely observe somebody you'd avoid at all costs if you met them in person and knew of their afflictions. What happens when you observe somebody like this? You start to see that they're just a human being, and if you look closely, maybe you understand the source of their pain, why they do what they do. This understanding can breed empathy instead of the disregard we so often place upon people with evident afflictions. Empathy is required in order to treat someone like this, to love them, or even to engage them on a human level at all. For this reason, storytelling is often the most direct way to open up a healthy dialogue about any difficult topic amongst a group of people that aren't already naturally empathetic towards the issue due to personal experience.
    2If the writing, and what's under the writing, is good and says something human, and carries a heavy enough weight to it that I feel should be dropped on the world's toes like an existential anvil, that's always a good start.
    3My parents got me a VHS tape of "The Muppet Babies" when I was very young, and it happened to be an episode where they were basically showing how you can do stop animation at home with a camcorder. I started drawing different stop animation cartoons and doing shorts with my action figures, and that turned into making films with my family and friends (not much to do where I grew up so you had to make your own fun), which turned into me deciding to study filmmaking in college and make a career out of writing and directing. So big thanks to my parents and Jim Henson.
    4In most cases an idea for a story forms in the same way that deciding to spontaneously take an alternate route home from your friend's house forms, its just an inherent curiosity. You immediately understand the tone of the whole piece when it hits you, and its potential, and then you labor on and on to try to honor that initial idea until you have a finished product. Its all a bit difficult, because film requires you to collaborate with a large group of people that usually have to also think the idea is good, but I find it more difficult to let an idea sit idly, than to carry it through to completion.
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