I don’t collect anything. Maybe I should start. Maybe I’ll add more plants to my place? Art by Nicholle Kobi
Attend film festivals and network horizontally.
Making my short film Lovebites and it being well received with those who have seen it.
I have a fear of running out of time before affecting real change and starting a family.
The death of my father who passed away my senior year of High school. It bookended a turbulent period in my life and it inspired me to live life fearlessly.
My first film was Titanic and I became obsessed with cinema. I was pretty much disappointed by the industry’s lack of imagination for Black characters, so I decided the way I could change that is if I worked behind the scenes as a writer/director. Art by GDBee
What are you working on next? In addition, if people want to find out more about you, where can they find you on social media? They can find me at @de227. I’m also on twitter @plstreetteam. My company website: www.plentertainment.com What’s next is the feature film by Directed, Produced and Written by Jay Palmieri, titled “PLAY.” I was… Read More @de227: What are you working on next? In addition, if people want to find out more about you, where can they find you on social media?
As a hobby? Hmm. That’s a hard question. I’m not much of a collector, but I remember when I was in high school I use to collect magazine pictures and articles of Actresses, and Directors. People that I idealized and looked up to. It would help me stay motivated and cherish those memories. I was… Read More @de227: What, if anything, do you collect?
My advice for other women in the industry is to stay strong and support each other. The Film world is a touch business, and it is very important that we all support each other, and generate a tribe. Networking is also important. Don’t be afraid to ask questions and meet new people, because that’s how… Read More @de227: What advice do you have for other women in the industry?
A successful moment in my career so far has been “The Haunted Mind Of An Insomniac.” That was a great experience.