The NWSL Has the Same Old Problem

We live in a society that doesn't value women equally. Especially when women have the audacity to step into traditionally male spaces.

The "Years of Experience" Paradox

One constant in job description that seems to be so ingrained it may never go away, as much as I wish it would, is Years of Experience

The Olympics We Deserve?

What a strange start Team USA has had at the Olympics this year. But maybe this is the exact performance we deserve as a nation.

Big "Stage Manager" Energy

Early this week, a friend told me I give off Big Stage Manager Energy (BSME). And think it so encapsulates me and what I bring to the table.

OSCARS: Can a Film Have No Leads?

Both LaKeith Stanfield and Daniel Kaluuya are nominated as best supporting actors for their work in Judas and the Black Messiah. How?

In My Experience: Business Plans

In the most broad sense, a business plan is the Who, What, Where, When, Why, and How Much of your idea. Let's go through each section.

The Era of the Cinematic Universe

It is clear just how hard Disney and Star Wars are leaning into the idea of a wider, connected, narrative universe.

We Are Not Done

It is important that we always come back to the fact that in order for this country to truly thrive, it takes all of us.

A New Reel: Less is More

When the process was finished, we ended up with a well-paced, diversified representation of the actor's dramatic chops.

Celebrating the Lemonade Makers

This year has been impossibly hard for so many. Despite that, there have been countless stories of people making the most of this crap year.

Prospects for New Filmmakers

Recently, Sundance announced their 2021 Festival Lineup. It appeared to be encouraging news. However I have some questions and concerns.

Thursday Thought: Tuna Sabermetrics

At the beginning of the pandemic I was looking for something to have on the TV in the background. The kind of show that wouldn't pull...

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