Dr. Paul Heinzelmann, MD (aka Dr. Paul) plays the role of a cautious chaperon in helping the local film industry restart safely in New England. Filmmaker Jonathan Schwartz and actor Chuck Slavin share the advice of Paul Heinzelmann, MD, MPH—aka Dr. Paul—on how to create…
Chuck Talks with Dr. Paul Heinzelmann (SetMD), Roger Dillingham (Set Medic/Stunt Performer/Actor), Jill Taylor (Set Medic/Director/Actress), and Chip Carriere (Managing Director of 8 Clinics/Actor) join the podcast to discuss the New Normal post-pandemic and how this industry may eventually return to work.
The fall and winter seasons in Massachusetts conjure different images for different people–as a brand new transplant to Boston, my personal totem is the Michelin man. After years living in arid climates of the American west, I am unaccustomed to the bitter, humid breezes and find myself wearing my puffy North Face jacket almost perpetually around the office of Interlock Media. But no matter your own emblem for these colder months, there is another moniker that likely resonates with you: someone stricken by the flu, coughing incessantly, with a sore throat and a dripping nose.
The Massachusetts film community, at the behest of Director Jonathan Schwartz, came out in great numbers to raise awareness of health and safety within the motion picture industry. Forty volunteers ranging from production personnel to stylists, donated an overwhelming amount of time and energy in support of wellness in the making of movies and TV shows.