Shortly after graduating from film school, I took a part-time job as the assistant to a successful movie and television director who told me I'd be handling a mix of personal and professional responsibilities. Not long after, I was put to work maintaining the good humor of the tenants at said director's two multi-unit apartment buildings. I didn't learn much about filmmaking, but I came away with a veritable master's degree in property management. Was that what I signed on for? Not exactly. But even on the worst days—the ones when I was berated for my incompetence and denied the chance to speak a single word in my defense—the thought of writing a tell-all book... More >>>
Watch for the tell-all sequel, The Hand-Puppet Diaries. Photo courtesy of the Weinstein Company.