Don’t drop out of the industry as soon as you become a Mother, your presence is very important. -Claire McClanahan


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Claire is such a light and shares so much wisdom in this episode.

She has been a performer her whole life, appearing Off-Broadway and in numerous other NYC, regional and touring productions.

As a writer/producer for over 10 years, she has seen her work honored at the Telly, Gracie Allen and New England Emmy Awards and screened at the LA Shorts and Arizona Film Festivals.

She wrote, produced and starred in Simpatico the Webseries, an interactive show in which the audience determined plot outcomes through online voting.

She’s produced branded content for Refinery 29, The Atlantic, Huffington Post, Travel+Leisure, Southern Living, and Real Simple. And currently works with Guinness World Records producing Facebook Live videos and a new upcoming docu-series.

She is the writer, producer, and lead in Carbon, a feature film about motherhood, loss, ambition, and human cloning. Carbon was a finalist for the 2017 Tribeca Film Institute  All-Access and Sloan Foundation grants, a semi-finalist in the 2016 Nashville Film Festival Screenwriting competition, and is in the Big Vision Empty Wallet film/media incubator.

Carbon successfully raised development funds on crowdfunding platform, Seed & Spark, and will go into full production late 2017/early 2018.

 

 

To learn more about Claire visit: carbonthefilm.com

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