I firmly believe that being an interesting writer means living an interesting life. So I’m announcing one of my hobbies – studying aerial arts at Womack And Bowman.
I’ve been taking aerial classes since 2011, and Womack & Bowman is where I feel most at home. Believe me, I have no business hauling my happy inflexible butt around in the air, but Brett Womack and Rachel Bowman have been nothing but supportive and encouraging.
They’ve been holding recitals showcasing their students’ work for a year now, and this is the first time I’m participating. So if you’d like to see what a complete non-pro can do (and it’s not too shabby) come check out the shows on August 29th.
You can get tickets here, which include admission, snacks and drinks.
Another short film I wrote, “The Other Side Of The Desk,” about 2 sadistic HR recruiters turning a series of job interviews into a nightmare for applicants, until they get a taste of their own medicine, has been accepted into two film festivals in August.
A short film I wrote, called Best Idea Ever, has made it into its first film festival, the Damn Short Film Festival in Boulder City (near Las Vegas), Nevada.
We screen Saturday, Feb. 15th, in the Nevada Filmmakers section (our amazing director, April Holladay, is from there)
Logline: Shelley’s got the best idea ever: using her boyfriend Dean’s penchant for sleepwalking to plant subliminal suggestions about how to improve their relationship. But when Dean reveals more than she was expecting, can both of them wake up to reality?
It’s fun, it’s short, and some really great people worked on it. If you’re in the area, come check it out!