Today we’re having a chat with Nicole Koschmann, a film-maker who participated in the 2010 Mixed Roots Film and Literary Festival!
At the Festival, Koschmann’s documentary Black, White, and Yellow was screened in front of an audience that she felt was the best possible for the film. The documentary is about transracial adoption, a subject to which a surprising number of viewers could relate. Koschmann describes the discussions after the showing as being “really interesting and dynamic.” In addition to these conversations, she greatly enjoyed the welcome atmosphere and the variety of chats with other writers, film-makers, and musicians.
Last we heard from her, Nicole Koschmann was focusing on photography and taking the time to raise her two sons. She told us that she does, however, have plans to return to film-making in the future! Speaking of which, Koschmann confided that she would just love to attend and participate in another Mixed Roots Festival! Which, by the way, is a great idea for everybody! (wink, wink, nudge, nudge!) Seriously, people, this year’s Festival is going to be a blast! And with that little commercial, we’ll wrap up this interview. Thank you so much for your time, Nicole Koschmann; we cannot wait to see you and your work at a Festival!