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It is good to watch an entertaining movie that can turn your day around. However, as much as I would like to write a "feel good" movie, it is the films that tell what I call the larger human story, that I am most interested in exploring. A fine artist, I went to the Rhode Island School Of design and studied art, light, glass and graphics. I worked in Hollywood on over 175 features, music videos and T.V. as a BG actor, (which, as I understand it, your not supposed to really share with people). However, probably one of the most discreet observation decks is in the background. I did not go to film school. I was a student of the set, onset. Here is what I am trying to accomplish on Stage32:
Abortionist Bernard Nathanson recorded several live abortions on ultrasounds before retiring and speaking out about what he saw. One of those videos, "silent scream," is available online. A few others are still unavailable to the public at large. Basically, I am ready to start getting feedback on my Kennedy script, but first things, first. I am working on a strategy that will build a team up around my project, while also protecting it. How many people do you know who are willing to speak out for the voiceless?
It is not just premature babies affected, but women. Abortion is a big favorite cause of the "male feminist," for obvious reasons. What is going on in the news is very relevant to my story, and I feel with the right producer behind my work, this idea would not only garner both media attention and awards, but empower my other bright ideas. I hope to meet others who are deeply invested in this cause. I expect only the very brave, and slightly mad, will.
So, cruise my angle. My massive amount of research and use of story elements finalize in a chorus of poetry and visuals arising in an aria both beautiful and tragic. This is a tale about redemptive suffering as it centers in on the value of human life. So thanks for your time and attention, and have a good one!