How has its message about finding yourself through breath affected you?
I live with PTSD and anxiety, and going back to my breath and mindfulness has made this manageable, and has made my life better. Taking myself back to my breath roots me in the present... and what's actually happening in this moment, not the noise and patterns my brain creates.
What do you think about crowdfunding on Seed & Spark so far? Best parts? Worst parts?
I love that Seed & Spark is specifically for filmmakers. I feel supported and part of a community instead of sort of shouting into a void, like I have felt with crowdfunding in the past.
When do you feel worthy?
When I'm in pure creativity and in the moment. I feel like the universe is bursting from my chest and I'm connected to everyone/thing and that feels worthy, as well as humbling.
If you could change anything about your last breakup, what would it be?
I'd pull off the blinders and walk away sooner.
If your character could give you life advice, what would they say?
Don't wait to make that change, take the jump.
Brittany Flurry is an actor, writer, director, producer, and teaches at The Actor's School. She graduated Summa Cum Laude with a BFA in Acting from Texas State University, and studied abroad with the Royal Shakespeare Company in Stratford-upon-Avon. Brittany completed a two-year Meisner intensive with Richard Robichaux. She assisted Jay Jennings, professor at Texas State University, in creating his musical The Turning. She is currently working on several projects as one of the co-founders of Team Teamwork Productions. In addition to film and stage, Flurry also performs improv, stand up comedy, original songs and has experience as an emcee.
A short film by Molly McKee