Calling all directors! Join us at the next free @seedandspark #CreativeSustainability Session where we’ll discuss directing for film and TV with Kat Candler— November 13 at 1pm PT RSVP: https://bit.ly/3jKj7Le
I had so much fun listening to these amazing women!! Check out their conversation by going to: y2u.be/qEC4YRUmxe4 @ftvLF @SorayaButlerVO @Nicoleedits @theblerdgurl @imdestinyfaith
One of the greatest benefits of being a part of The Reel Women is meeting amazing professionals. I had the wonderful opportunity, thanks to Cynthia Bemis Abrams and her Advanced TV Herstory, a podcast, to help interview some amazing women, including several from The Reel Women community! Episodes with Danielle Earle and Sanicole Young are… Read More Podcast Series on “Voices of Representation” with “Advanced TV Herstory”
We’re excited for the premiere of “#realtalk with Lynda Furlow: In Conversations with Black Female Creators” Hosted/Moderated by Lynda Furlow (https://manylink.co/@LyndaFurlow) – Writer, director, founder of FTVP & advocate for Women of Color in the media Special Guests: Yolonda Ross – Actress, writer, director, plays Jada Washington on “The Chi” – Showtime Tonya Pinkins – Tony… Read More #realtalk with Lynda Furlow: In Conversations with Black Female Creators
I am so humbled and excited to share a 5-part series with Cynthia Bemis Abrams and “Advanced TV Herstory”. Because Cynthia says it so much better than I can: “Sometimes we lose sight of the adage “the whole is greater than the sum of its parts.” Since lockdown I’ve connected with people and organizations that… Read More 5-Part Podcast Series with “Advanced TV Herstory”
I came close to death in 2018 then after life saving surgery wrote my comedy series in recovery, which was then selected for development in the Berlinale Talent Lab.
I fell in love with moving image whilst doing visuals and music videos as part of Manchester’s (UK) club culture. When realised I could use my art skills to tell stories that’s when I became an animation filmmaker. I’ve worked in Poetry Film, Documentary, Narrative and Comedy!
Where can people find out more about you on social media? What is next for you in your career? You can find me on Instagram @officiallylogan, my upcoming series: @thebluelabseries What’s next is my series, The Blue Labyrinth-a continuation story from my first movie.
I don’t collect anything, however, I am a movie nerd. I have been known to watch Sherlock Holmes and king Arthur when I need inspiration. LOL
My advice would be to stay true to who you are. Don’t allow anyone to cause you to question what you believe, what you see and what you’re worth. I’ve learned that as women in any authoritative role, you will be tested and tried in ways that am man wouldn’t. It’s up to you to… Read More @officiallylogan @thebluelabseries: What advice do you have for other women in the industry?
My first movie premiered at NBC Studios at Rockefeller Center. Honestly, making that movie was such a stretch for me. I literally got on the job training as a writer, director, editor and one of the stars of the movie. For me, it pushed me to go beyond what I thought I could do and… Read More @officiallylogan @thebluelabseries: What is a successful moment in your career so far?
I don’t necessarily have a large concern for the future. The way my brain works (always in the future), I try to keep myself in the now. We can try to plan but God and life always have a way of letting you know who’s really in control. So, I guess my biggest concern would… Read More @officiallylogan @thebluelabseries: What is your biggest concern with the future?
A defining moment in my life was when I published my first monologue book for actors. Up until that point, I felt like I wasn’t doing enough in my career path. As if to say, I was still searching for my place in the industry. Once I finished my first book, it turned into 3,… Read More @officiallylogan @thebluelabseries: What’s a defining moment in your life?
Well, I’ve been in the industry in some shape or form throughout my life. I’ve been a makeup artist since 2008, trained as a dancer for a good portion of my life and did some acting. You can say that being an entertainer was always a part of me.
I’m not very active on social media, but I do use facebook (https://www.facebook.com/giulia.corda.378/) and Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/giugliett500/). I am really proud of the project I’m currently working on. With a dear friend of mine, a visionary and eclectic writer/director named Federica Cellini, I’m adapting a short story into a feature film. The story was written by… Read More @giugliett500: Where can people find out more about you on social media? What is next for you in your career?