If you go here, there is a little place that says GuestCode where you can put in the following: thx1138 This will take you to my pitch, which you can then watch and rate.
You can also mock my marginal public speaking skills and how weird the pitch of my voice is in real life versus how it sounds in my head. I mean, you don’t know that, but trust me. I will also not talk about how I blink one eye more than the other and talk about of one side of my mouth more than the other. Because, you don’t care.
Also, check out the face I’m making in the still frame.
I was sitting here in a pleasant reverie, remembering my trip two springs ago to visit New York and the Daily Show, just before I graduated film school. I was trying to figure out where I should live and work and my family friend Gail Lieb has a talented son who works at the Daily Show and as a writer. Anyway, I’ve always loved New York, and going that spring was really beautiful, and it was really difficult to commit to moving to LA after such a lovely spring week in NYC.
Anyway, I’d just sent Josh an e-mail telling him how much I’d loved his book, especially the formatting. (What? I like the formatting. Shut up.) And I got a phone call from one of those previously mentioned big guys. Actually, it was a different person at the same big guy agency. But he called me, so that was exciting. And he expressed interest in the Mockumentary genre and was very pleasant on the phone. He’s based in New York, and for some reason, that struck me as really awesome, since that’s where I was in my mind.
17: it is one of my lucky numbers, because it’s prime and 3*17 is 51, and I always thought that was cool because 51 looks prime, but it isn’t. (Why are you always harshing my nerd high?)
Minor adjustments and it may be ready to ship off! I’m still waiting on one reader to send their thoughts, but it’s always so exciting the first time someone reads something you’ve written.
I also signed up for Zoetrope.com where I put up Bible Con to get thoughts. I have to review 4 other scripts to read it, but hopefully I’ll be able to do that by the time anyone actually reviews it.