So this crazy thing happened…
“Run Don’t Run”, the very first short I wrote (back in 2016) made it to the online selection at Toronto Lift-Off Film Festival.
I’m so grateful and honored for the hard work put into this by a great bunch of people after it left my desk. Thank you so much – and for me; onwards with the writing!
Home from Sweden!
It was truly a great experience working on that filmset! They welcomed me with open arms, let me work and see it all and answered my newbie questions.
I talked to one of the screenwriters, the director and one of the producers. It was so interesting hearing their thoughts on the script and the production.
I also learned a lot about props, of course. And lighting. And sound. The more I learn about what’s actually behind the camera, the more it becomes impossible to watch movies like I used to.
And I like that.
I’m very fortunate to get the chance to go to Sweden and work as a Stand By Props assistant for a week and a half.
I figured, I can’t be a screenwriter and not know about the dynamics and the collaboration and the chaos and the fun on a filmset!