Spunky Filmaker Molly Schiot Gives New Meaning to Putting Soul in Food, Bready Teenage Girls Have Never Been So Likeable

Schiot is a Los Angeles Filmmaker; it's easy to see in her bright flair. She's pomp, dgaf, awesome, and not paying to much attention to herself or any of it.

The Video "Mikayla and Melissa" was made with an interview of two teenage girls, talking about the existential coping processes of teenage girls. It's one of 5 Interviews in collaborative effort called Music for Sleeping Children.

Project Founders visual artists Charlie White and musician Boom Blip (AKA Brian Hollon) wanted to uniquely portray adolescences. Molly Schiot's playful talking food personifications lend themselves to that very well.