The Workshop director Jamie Morgan talks with Adam Schartoff about the process of making a film in the unique atmosphere of a sex workshop. Morgan discusses his experiences –both scary and exhilarating– in making an intensely personal documentary in which he ends up playing an essential role.
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for a review of The Workshop by Adam Schartoff.
Please join me in welcoming my 1st correspondent, Adam Schartoff. Some of you met him during the recently concluded Tribeca Film Festival and others will meet him during the coming months.
The product of two graphic artists, Adam was raised on the mean streets of Forest Hills. Growing up in the 70’s, his Dad would often take him along to movies that were inapproprately mature, movies like Chinatown and The Heartbreak Kid. But it instlled in him a love for movies that has only grown over time. After spending many years as a cog in the music industry and then dipping his toes into performing original material, Adam has now finally decided to take the plunge into film blogging.