So the "Missing Miranda" Kickstarter Campaign didn't fund. It was an amazing experience and about a million times harder than I thought it would be even having done tons of research and prep work going in.
And it's interesting to me how when it was over, thinking about blogging it felt so similar to coming home from BlogHer, which I missed for the first time ever during the Kickstarter campaign. (Already planned to miss it, but the timing was challenging.) There's so much to say, and at the same time, I feel more motivated to move forward than to write up a recap.
In terms of "Missing Miranda," the team is getting together next week for a powwow. And I'm sure you'll hear from us again.
In terms of Kickstarter, I've got lessons and thoughts but when and if I decide to put that down, I don't know. Now when I read Kickstarter articles, I often feel like it's half a story. And I'm reminded of the saying that no one really knows anything in entertainment, really.
In terms of my directing, I have been wholly blessed this month. I was on set the day after the Kickstarter campaign ended shooting some scenes with the beautiful and talented Sasha Compère. I saw some of the cuts this past weekend, and I am so, so pleased with them. One of the scenes also features a radiant and hilarious Deborah Sanchez, and I can't wait to show them to you.
And the following weekend I was out with the team from an upcoming series WRNG, written by Greg Machlin and David Butler. Really enjoying working on my episode of this web series which is launching this fall. And really grateful to Greg Machlin and his whole team for all their hard work on this one. It's quite an undertaking!
So, post Kickstarter, I've been slowly but surely working through a long to do list of both personal and professional things that need to be gotten into hand. This blog post, for example. My kitchen. Is now clean. And my inbox is getting the "you're next" eye. So if I owe you something, it's coming. I'm getting there. Really looking forward to the three-day weekend, that's for sure!
And as always, I'm getting there with just a little more wisdom than I had five-ish weeks ago.