Taylor Ri'chard discusses his new horror film "The Final Project"
Before he was dubbed one of the “Important people to watch under 25,” rising filmmaker Taylor Ri’chard first got his start at Urbanworld Films as an intern. After graduating from Dillard University in New Orleans with a bachelor’s in communications and film, Ri’chard has dedicated the last 10 years to writing, producing and directing.
Independent films become cream of the crop during Hollywood shutdown.
The Coronavirus pandemic has resulted in a major surge in independent film projects being produced in Georgia.
And due to the lack content circulating, these indie films are also reaching a wider audience. Producing these projects requires a much smaller cast which helps lessen the exposure to Covid-19.
Film Review: The Final Project
Six college students learn that making a documentary about a notorious haunted house isn't the quick and simple shortcut to an easy A they imagined in this formulaic but atmospheric found-footage shocker.
Everything to know about Taylor Ri'chard and "Hallowed Be Thy Name"
Taylor Ri’chard has been working in the filmmaking industry for ten years now. He’s taken on multiple roles in the industry which include writing, directing, and even distribution for films. Ri’chard also worked as an associate producer for the HBO documentary Murder on a Sunday Morning which would go on to win an academy award. Not to mention he also works alongside the RAZE Foundation.