Andrew Jenks. My Adventures as a Young Filmmaker by Andrew Jenks

By Andrew Jenks

Meet the filmmaker who's the voice of his generation!

Behind the digital camera, Andrew Jenks has captured the eye of teenagers in all places along with his leading edge MTV documentary sequence, international of Jenks. while requested approximately his notion for the express, Jenks stated, "I are looking to inform the tales of my iteration. i need to be a filmmaker that's capable of trap what my new release thinks, how they act, and what they finally stand for."

Now fanatics of every age should be in a position to become aware of every little thing they\u2019ve ever desired to learn about Jenks, from becoming as much as turning into a well known documentary filmmaker during this entire photo-biography. How did he do it? via following his personal ideas for success-always be versatile, faux it until you are making it, and not settle for no.

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Pausing every few minutes to take notes. My leg shakes uncontrollably—it usually does. As I sit on the toilet, I watch my eight days living on the streets of San Francisco with a homeless young woman. I want to see how the show has developed before I head to a Dallas prison to do an interview for an entirely different episode. The show is getting better, but there is still work to be done. My phone rings. I pick it up. J. Hill, who’s been one of my best friends since elementary school. We talk a lot.

ADMINISTRATOR: You sound young. How old are you? ME: Nineteen. But you see . . ADMINISTRATOR: Oh no, this is a facility for senior citizens. ME: I know; I want to see what it’s like. . ADMINISTRATOR: Young man, I think you are simply confused. What you’re looking for is an apartment. There’s a place down the street where all types of people live. ME: I understand that. I want to move into your place. ADMINISTRATOR (concerned): That doesn’t make any sense. I’ll get you the number for the place down the street.

It still isn’t. So I went to my second-best source, the Internet. I looked up “TV lawyers” and found someone who helped me sell Room 335 to HBO, which ended up playing it all over the country and then all over the world. I boarded the plane returning home from Dallas, where HBO had screened my film. As I walked to my seat I noticed a woman about my age sitting toward the back. As I approached her seat I kept doing the math, trying to figure out if my seat was next to hers. Sure enough, it was. My first kiss.

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