I'm a 80 yr old first time filmmaker, producing a documentary filming those of us who are in our 70's who were kids during WWII in the Bay Area. We completed filming on Sept . 12th, of 2016- I've never made a film before - what a challenge! I do have a director and a camera man. I am dressed in my picture as my version of Rosie the Riveter, circa 2013. We have a Rosie the Riveter museum here in the Bay Area, and this is my version. I wear my hair like this, and people always ask me about it - gives me a chance to pitch my film. 80 years old and my first film! Challenging, you bet, fun, you bet! this film is my purpose and passion to show how when a country is united you can wear a war??? hell, we could knock out a whole lot of pain in our country if we could work as American's and not the ugliness that is part of the congress and senate today. Not a good environment for many people. I went through the civil rights movement, the anti-war movement, the women's movement and this is my contribution to all of our lives improving and our country being a great place to live. I can get on a soapbox very quick! check out me out on facebook Pat Weaver (Patricia A.. Weaver), facebook has screwed up my account so you may need to ad pat.weaver.56 and you'll get me.
Name: Pat Weaver
Lives in: Indio, California
Company: Greatest Children.org
Occupation: Producer and Filmmaker
Unique traits: Extremely beautiful mature (older) woman who is 80 years old and still out there making a difference.