Last night, Ewan McGregor was a few yards away from me, greeting the high-profiled press people. At Tribeca Film Festival, I attended the red carpet press for the Gala screening of Zoe. But it seemed that McGregor opted out of giving comments to press–or at least opted out of talking to the lesser-known press. So I never got to greet Obi-Wan Kenobi.
I just want to stay in the gist of writing things. So here’s the progress to distract myself from not meeting Obi-Wan:
“ADHD Time” Travel Conceptual Libretto Scene/Song:
A Comedy Sketch:
Poetry Revision/Poetry Add On:
“Lilaca Play” Progress: Starting on a new “short play” version where there’s a priest and exorcism present.
Raining powdered soap
seasons the Earth it touches
and salts our harvest
— Caroline Cao (@Maximinalist) April 22, 2018
- Mary Shelley review published on Film School Rejects:
‘Mary Shelley’ fashions a lovely sketch of a bildungsroman with blushes of color, but it is short of the fully rendered and vibrant portrait its namesake deserves
- Cargo review published on Film School Rejects
Cargo is self-assured in its brazen political undertones.
The Tomorrow Plan:
- 500 words “ADHD Time Travel” Novella Draft
- “ADHD Time Travel” Conceptual Libretto Scene/Song
- Poetry Revision/Poetry Add On
- “Lilaca” Play Progress
- “Reagan” screenplay
- Comedy Sketches
Things I Could Do To Make My Life Better: Massage my head, sing in public.