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Today, I am celebrating a milestone intimately connected with my own life: The world premiere of The Company – twenty years ago today – at the Toronto International Film Festival
In 2003, I was in Chicago – in a period of transition from my old life as a health care computer consultant to my new life as a writer – when I learned that Indie Icon Robert Altman was also in Chicago making a new film with our world-renown Joffrey Ballet Company.… read more.
Christmas day is the perfect day to celebrate Frances Goodrich, the writer of one of the most beloved and classic Christmas films: It’s A Wonderful Life.
Frances Goodrich began her career as an actress, obtaining several Broadway roles including: Daddy Long Legs (1918), Fashions for Men (1922), Queen Victoria (1923), A Good Bad Woman (1925), Skin Deep (1927), and Excess Baggage (1927). … read more.