This is a bit of a throwback, but it is press none-the-less. In high school I went to Maine Media Workshops for the summer and met three wonderful people named Abigail Brenker, Lilian Thorpe, and Ivan Hornett. Together we made the quirky comedy “Stanley” about a man crippled by his inability to make decisions and stuck in a dead end job. I entered it into the Contemporary Arts Museum in Houston for their young filmmakers Pomegranate Film Festival. We were accepted to the screening, and The Houston Press decided it was a good idea to interview me about my film for a piece on the event. You can decide whether or not that was a good idea by reading it here.