Director Marah Strauch on Her BASE Jumping Documentary, 'Sunshine Superman'

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Visual artist turned first-time documentary director Marah Strauch talks to Filmmaker Magazine about sticking to her guns to tell a personal story set against the backdrop of BASE jumping, with her film Sunshine Superman.

She says, "I don’t think of this film as a film about sports. I never have, and I would’ve never been attracted to that as a subject matter. I think it’s about innovation, and, in terms of the visual abstract element, I definitely was attracted to the imagery. I think of [the film] as a love story against the backdrop of BASE jumping."

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