5 Questions with Filmmaker Sean Robinson of Naked, Puritans
BY David Artavia
June 07 2013 6:00 AM ET
Sean Robinson is an award-winning gay filmmaker based in New York City, whose work includes Outer Banks, Naked - A Musical Short Film, and The Puritans. The latter-most has won Best Original Concept at the NW Short Film Festival, Best International Short at the Carmarthen Bay Film Festival, and most recently The Grand Prix Award at the International Short Film Festival "Kharkov Lilac."
Robinson's unique stories and complex characters have garnered acclaim from critics and viewers alike. The young filmmaker opened up to The Advocate to chat about his inspiration, his craft, and where it's all going.
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