"Where we live and who we live there with define the terms of our relationship to the world and to humanity."
~ Wendell Berry
Sunday, November 02, 2008
Sundance honors Wysocki
I am surrounded by brilliant, talented friends, and once in a while, the world FINALLY recognizes this.
Jonathan Wysocki will receive the Sundance Institute's Lynn Auerbach Screenwriting Fellowship for his project "All Fall Down," a satirical look at the U.S. after 9/11.
Wysocki will pocket $2,500 and will have a script reading produced through Sundance's Screenplay Reading Series. Scribes Tom Perrotta ("Little Children") and Susannah Grant ("The Soloist") will be enlisted as mentors.
(Read the rest of the brief (a sentence or two) here.)
(Jonathan on the right, a photo from his Tibetan travels)
Car-free in L.A., I write about what I see and those I meet.
Fears: Clowns, unreasonably small dogs, unexpected mariachi music.
Motto: Regardless of Snavely family tradition, I will not be buried with my pets.
Email me: rebecca [dot] snavely [at] gmail.com