This past week, while at RiverRun International Film Festival, director Lindsay Thompson got the chance to talk catch up with Winston-Salem Journal reporter Lisa O’Donnell and talk about all that’s happened post-Camino. UNCSA Grad Documents Spiritual Odyssey of Camino Pilgrims
Travel Light will be premiering this Thursday/Friday at RiverRun International Film Festival! We’re excited to finally share this movie with the world (and for all the following months will bring.) Check out our “A” and “B” posters for the film below, and stay tuned… Travel Light might soon come to a city near you!
Dear Travel Light Friends and Family, It’s been a crazy year here at Travel Light. Thought we’d pause for a moment and give you all a quick update: After going through hundreds of hours of footage (and gaining a greater respect for filmmakers who shoot for YEARS rather than months), our first cut of the […]
More exciting press for Travel Light! Below is an interview with Director Lindsay Thompson, featuring photos by Lauren Martinez Olinger and Joshua Ruffner. Winston-Salem Monthly Interview
The Winston-Salem Journal recently interviewed Director Lindsay Thompson about the Camino de Santiago, and the journey of making Travel Light thus far. You can check out the interview (and a short video from the trail) from the link below. Winston-Salem Journal: UNC School of the Arts graduate making film about Camino Trail
Travel Light isn’t a conventional documentary, and we knew we wanted the score to reflect that. It only felt right to have the score be so organic to the landscape that it seemed to be part of it, to incorporate everything from the cowbells of the Pyrenees to the car horns of Burgos into the […]