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June 22, 2009

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Chris Adams

I don't know if you know about it, but if you don't check out the 48 hour film project.....

http://www.48hourfilm.com/

It's great event, teams have 48 hours to write, act, film, and edit.

Dana Cameron

Thanks for this cool insight, Charlaine. I think it's fascinating the way that some jobs just don't come across as...
workaday. Astronauts, actors, artists: those jobs *do* sound glamorous, and maybe some parts of them are, occasionally. But there's are a lot of hard, tedious, and grubby moments in the meantime. I bet Elaine and Hank could tell stories of the glittering and exotic life of television personalities.

Shannon Esposito

Oh, but what an amazing experience for you! I can't even imagine.

krisneri

What an exciting experience for you, Charlaine! Now you can put this in a book and write it with great authenticity.

Becky Hutchison

Oh...our very own True Blood star. How awesome you got to be in a scene. I have participated as part of a "crowd" in two productions (the George Washington miniseries with Barry Bostwick and Patty Duke in Alexandria VA and MAJOR LEAGUE II filmed at the Orioles' stadium in Baltimore), and I was surprised at how much preparation went into a one minute scene. I enjoyed it more at Camden Yards because we could get something to eat in-between scenes...it's a lot of wait, wait, wait for a little bit of filming.

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