Gursimran Sandhu is the winner of the New Hampshire Film Festival Screenwriting Contest with her script “Yuba City.” She also happens to be a former assistant to David Benioff and D.B. Weiss and just recently promoted to Staff Writer for Game of Thrones. On All In, we talked about how she got started in the film industry, “Yuba City,” and her short film “Homecoming.”
Three songs that would be on the soundtrack of her life: 1st song: “Duck Shoot” by Rupert Gregson-Williams; 2nd song: “What A Wonderful World” by Louis Armstrong; 3rd song of soundtrack: “Elastic Heart” by Sia
In this special broadcast of All In with Pauline Hawkins, Ashley Mosher talks about the New Hampshire Film Festival, her short film Back to Camp, and her amazing life story that helped her entered the film making business. “Back to Camp” is an honest, moving, and relevant portrayal to issues that plague our society today. She speaks about being open to new possibilities that arise while on your path, about shedding societal conditioning, and to being awake.
Three songs that would be on the soundtrack of her life: 1st song: “Roll Away Your Stone” by Mumford and Sons; 2nd song: “Both Hands” by Ani DiFranco; 3rd song: “Thriller” by Michael Jackson.
Nicole talks about forging her own path. While all her friends went on to get four-year degrees, Nicole left after her first year of college, worked with an NGO in Uganda for four years, worked with her dad as his research assistant, volunteered with the NH Film Festival, and eventually became a Producer with Fictionless, a film production company in NYC. Go to http://www.fictionless.com/ to learn more. Song selections: 1st song: “I can’t make you love me” by Bonnie Raitt; 2nd song: “Wake up” by Arcade Fire; and 3rd song: “I Lived” by One Republic.