Spent a couple of hours today getting this message out to Stargate fandom:
The point is you don’t have to bother with writing letters or making phone calls or spending money on this or that. Just hop on over to twitter and join the cause because we WILL be heard. I guarantee it.
Hit up about 30 sites this afternoon. Got another 50 or so to go. But I’ll save those for tomorrow. Give me something to look forward to.
In addition to my Stargate Now-related duties, I also completed my revision of that scifi pilot script. Honestly, what other career requires you to pen an interfaith sermon one day and then choke out a belligerent civilian the next? Good times, good times.
Also, met up with Ivon Bartok today and took in a matinee of the Oscar-nominated live-action shorts. They were all great but two really stood out for me. The Silent Child, written by Rachel Shenton and directed by Chris Overton, is an utterly devastating story of the challenges facing a young deaf child in a system incapable of meeting her needs. The Eleven O’Clock, on the other hand, written by Josh Lawson and directed by Derin Seale, is a very clever, incredibly funny short that focuses on a psychiatrist’s attempts to treat a delusional patient who believes he’s a psychiatrist. Check them out if you get the chance.
Alright! Get out there and keep spreading the word. As this campaign gains strength, we’ll reveal our grand plan for Stargate’s triumphant return (hint: YOU have a lot to do with it!)