Can you keep a secret? Here’s some stills from my first round of interviews for Domain of Horror! Debra’s interview will be on Domain of Horror on 1/9. Dawn’s will be up on 1/11 or catch them both on my YouTube channel on the evening of their release dates.
Powerhouse producers & directors came on What Women Want Talk Radio to show us what more inclusive filmmaking can and should be. Listen to this compelling interview with the teams behind two successful films, Murder in the Woods and Seeking Valentina.
I’ve been thinking a lot about the state of women in the world. Hollywood was reeling over the avalanche of harassment and sexual assault allegations against Harvey Weinstein. The #MeToo hashtag is near-constant in my various feeds. I am saddened. I keep asking myself, “How do I take action?” And more importantly, how to take action thatContinue reading “Not Just a Hollywood Problem”
My talent manager Matt Chassin has glowing testimonials on his website and if you’ve ever met Matt, you’d see why. In honor of his upcoming milestone birthday, Matt is raising funds for Habitat for Humanity of Houston. Happy Birthday, Matt! It’s so important to support Houston at this time with funds to trusted charities likeContinue reading “Matt’s Management Raises Money for Houston”
My friend Ace Michaels has been slaying with his online talk show on Facebook. During my recent trip to Las Vegas, I got the chance to sit down and catch up with Ace. Check it out!
I am very honored that Seeking Valentina, a short film which I produced with Armin Nasseri, has garnered two nominations at this year’s Hollywood Dreams International Film Festival, including BEST SHORT & BEST VISUAL EFFECTS. Our film screens later this week, in Las Vegas. Want to catch it in Vegas? See here. Hollywood Dreams callsContinue reading “Hollywood Dreams Announces Nominees”
Development hell refers to the often chaotic, messy, frustrating business of getting a script ready to go into pre-production. No script comes to a producer perfect and camera ready.
Women’s narratological problems start off long before a screenplay gets optioned by the studios and directors are hired. It starts in high school, with the ways we are taught narrative structure.
There are so many distractions. Sometimes, in our hectic lives, we have competing priorities, which can make focusing even harder.