From FIT to Scorsese’s Video Archivist
Contributor Names
Willers, Erin T. (Host)
“Filmmaking isn’t some magic,” says Erin T. Willers, Film and Media ’20. “It’s about curiosity.” Willers worked as assistant to the executive producer and researcher on "Killers of the Flower Moon" and later became the personal video archivist for that film’s director, legendary auteur Martin Scorsese. In this 90-second clip, Willers describes what these two experiences were like and what she learned from the master.
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Scorsese, Martin
Film archives
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Fashion Institute of Technology. (2024, February 28). From FIT to Scorsese’s Video Archivist [Video]. Archive on Demand. https://archiveondemand.fitnyc.edu/item/248926
Fashion Institute of Technology. "From FIT to Scorsese’s Video Archivist." Archive on Demand, 28 Feb. 2024, https://archiveondemand.fitnyc.edu/item/248926
Fashion Institute of Technology, "From FIT to Scorsese’s Video Archivist," Archive on Demand, February 28, 2024, video, https://archiveondemand.fitnyc.edu/item/248926