I am so excited to share my latest podcast interview that I released recently with Dillon Birdsall, an award-winning documentary filmmaker.
I am so excited to share my latest podcast interview that I released recently with Dillon Birdsall, an award-winning documentary filmmaker. Dillon recently reached out to me to ask me to participate in his upcoming film, “More Than Monogamy,” and I was delighted to meet with him online and learn more about it. This gentleman’s enthusiasm is infectious, to say the least! What a big heart this man has! He shared so incredibly vulnerably in this eye-opening and authentic interview, including why he made his first feature film “V-Card” that touched on his journey from being a virgin to… not being a virgin any longer. Wow, that took guts to tell that story. For his current documentary, “More Than Monogamy,” here is a write-up on that: “Sexuality is complex. Sexuality is diverse. Sexuality is More Than Monogamy, and I want nothing more to tell you why! Designed to be both educational and entertaining, let’s look at why there can be so much more to a relationship than monogamy.”
Dillon Birdsall is an award-winning documentary filmmaker and founder of All-The-Birds Productions. His first feature film “V-Card” won the best documentary feature at Cinekink, the premier film festival for sexuality and adult content. Dillon is a graduate of the Florida School of the Arts and is well versed in documentary film, narrative, online content, and podcasting. You can see his content on YouTube at Unlimited Free Time, or listen to his podcast with co-host Warren Chao, called Pop Culture Part People.
Some topics we discuss in this fun, informative, and entertaining interview:
- Why he made his first film, “V-Card,” and how that influenced his sex life.
- How he got into the lifestyle four years ago.
- What challenges he has faced with regard to sex and relationships.
- His thoughts on society, shame, and Puritanical views as they relate to sex.
- What happened when he discovered the “Kama Sutra” at age 5.
- The genesis of his current documentary, “More Than Monogamy,” and who the target audience is.
- Why he is raising money for the film.
- The best and worst parts of being a documentary filmmaker.
- Tune in to listen to this fantastic podcast episode!