Pamela: Acting’s been my great love since I was a little kid. When I was seven I asked my parents if I could get an agent so I could be on commercials and TV, and they said that as long as I kept my grades up I could, so I did. Alexa: It has been… Read More @noonesokay @PamelaPortnoy @AlexaMarieAnderson1: Why did you decide to get into this industry?
They can find out about all my films, books, and soundtracks at www.nicoleconn.com. Nicole Conn Films Global is on a path to produce a quality entertaining film for the women’s community every 18-24 months. The next film, I’m writing and directing is called, “Do We Not Bleed”—a story about two women who are survivors of unexpected… Read More @NicoleConn: 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?
Miniatures. My daughter, Gabrielle, and I are mad for miniatures. I’m a serious puzzler too, so I collect puzzles. “More Beautiful For Having Been Broken” is currently available worldwide on DVD & VOD. To find out where you can watch it, please visit: https://morebeautifulmovie.com
There’s an old adage that you only have so many favors you can ask for in this town, so make sure it counts. I don’t subscribe to that. I believe as women, we need to take action at every turn to be as successful as the men in this town. So you ask, and they… Read More @NicoleConn: What advice do you have for other women in the industry?
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When I made the documentary “little man” about the first 2 1/2 years of Nicholas’s life, it was picked up by Showtime who ran an Emmy campaign for the doc. It was hugely rewarding and the emails and letters I received, for years afterward, have always been a huge highlight for me. “More Beautiful For… Read More @NicoleConn: What is a successful moment in your career so far?
Check out this great episode of “Happier in Hollywood” where Manager Dianne Fraser, about exactly what a manager does, how managers are different from agents, and how aspiring writers can get a manager of their own. Pro tip? Follow up a query email with a call to the office. Find the full episode here: https://happierinhollywood.com/episode157/… Read More Looking for a manager?