Writer at Pipeline Artists, Variety Magazine, Arrow Films, and We Are Cult. Screenplay consultant and independent film producer.
If you’re a filmmaker, you’re either creating content or over in the corner crying.
Some people get bit by a creative bug early in their lives that keeps an inner flame lit from within, and for those who share this quality, sometimes you just need to see how it all gets made.
"I’ve become, like many of my peers, frustrated with the machinations of getting a film made in Hollywood ... I’m only interested in work that speaks to me on a very personal and intimate level.’’
“Be careful of what you wish for,” my dad said, as I popped my first letter to Jerry Bruckheimer in the mail.
It’s as if people sometimes don’t have any idea what they’re doing, and yet they firmly believe that they do.
What happened? Where did all the good movies go? And most crucially, why have our viewing habits changed so much?
What Netflix's "Maid" says about America, right now, lends it the overall edge that it possesses in nearly every moment of its being.
To a global community of creatives.
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