"None of us suddenly becomes something overnight. The preparations have been in the making for a lifetime.- Gail Goodwin
Day 90: Wrote the 2 page synopsis for the documentary that I want to produce. Afterwards I went to the Pantages Theatre to see What My Husband Doesn't Know to celebrate my grandma's 66th birthday. Love you Grandma Lena!

Day 91:  Wrote the Artist Statement that the PGA Diversity Workshop requires. Had to fight through writers block because I have no time to put this off. Seriously, this application is consuming my weekend.

Day 92: Since the PGA does not accept drop-offs and I didn't mail my application on Saturday I had to spend some cash and use a courier to deliver it and this was after I spent money at a copy shop making 4 copies of the entire packet. This was most certainly an extensive application that I'm glad to be finished with. Though it was painful at times - and I'm not 100% sure that my treatment is written the way they want- I'm very glad I've undergone this process because it's forced me to get clear and specific about what it is I want to do with this film and how I want to do it. So I'm happy to say I made the deadline and submitted my application to the Producers Guild of America's Diversity Workshop.
2 Responses
  1. Congratulations and good luck! X


  2. Hollie Says:

    Amen to that! Such an intense application but the sense of pride when I dropped it off was amazing.

    Also, if you ever need copies in West Hollywood/Wilshire area, check out Script Copier. I've known Maziar for years and his prices are criminally low. Seriously! Once he even printed a script and Fex Exed it to me in NYC for less than $20.


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