Ep. 2.07 – T.J. Amato of BROTHER’S KEEPER

Getting the key spot of the night’s film at the 9th Annual Macon Film Festival was a nice coup for the filmmakers’ behind BROTHER’S KEEPER, which shot in Bainbridge, GA.

T.J. Amato, co-director, stopped in at the festival headquarters to talk with VOD Indie about his experience making the film and what’s to come.


Find out more about the film at their Facebook page.


Professor of Mass Media at Valdosta State University. Born and bred West Virginian.

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