Having spent almost 80 days at Niad Management (weekends included), having recieved from the bargain one futon with mattress, one feather couch, one chez lounge, one original movie poster from A Fish Called Wanda, over a dozen frames, uncounted free script copies, one trip to Disney Land (including California Adventure), and uncounted lunches...
I am tomorrow going to my first interview that they've arranged for me. It is at Odd Lot Entertainment, (formerly Dee Gee Entertainment) for the position of assistant to VP Linda McDonough.
Here's an artcle from Variety about it:
McDonough joins Odd Lot
Linda McDonoughLinda McDonough has joined Odd Lot Entertainment as VP of development. McDonough was most recently VP of development at Flower Films, where she spent the last four years. Before joining Flower, McDonough spent four years at 1013 Prods.
Odd Lot is a privately financed partnership of Gigi Pritzker, Deborah Del Prete and Patrick Aluise. Company plans to develop and produce films budgeted between $10 million and $40 million and has development capital in addition to the funding to make talent offers.
Meanwhile, Wendi Niad has taken my scripts from her inbox to her bedside. One can only suspect that there will be reading soon. On this, much hinges. Amongst those scripts is the first complete draft of Storybook Park, which was completed six days early, on March 14th, 2005. Click here to read it.
Also, Antebellum has secured it's location, and will go into principle photography on April 15-18th.
Stay tuned for Fellowship, Contest, and Job updates! EXCITING!