September 3rd, 2013

*How to Keep Your Day Job* on YouTube

At last, the wonderful movie made from my story How to Keep Your Day Job is available for anyone who cares to watch on YouTube. It was directed by Sean Frewer, produced by Lea Marin, and stars Georgina Reilly. The executive producer was Tyler Levine and the screenwriter was Lesley Krueger.

Guys, I’m not one to shill too much for my own work, but somehow since I had nothing to do with the film, I have no trouble saying PLEASE WATCH THIS MOVIE. It’s so good, and it’s less than 10 minutes. It’s funny, and it captures the story while still being totally its own thing. It was a truly incredible experience to see this movie made in only 3 days with such a huge, professional, and dedicated cast and crew, and I really think this little film distills that experience into something shiny and brilliant.

Please watch and, if you like it, please share the link around! And whether you like it or not, of course I’d love to hear what you thought!

6 Responses to “*How to Keep Your Day Job* on YouTube”

  • Debbie Strange says:

    Brilliant – thanks for sharing!


  • Rebecca says:

    Thanks so much, Debbie!


  • Scott Watson says:

    Wait…am I suppose to say the book is better?


  • Rebecca says:

    No, no, it’s ok to like the film!


  • Jeff Bursey says:

    Rebecca, hi. I tried to watch this on Air canada in August but couldn’t find it, so I’m glad to see it now. Very good work. The actress did a great job. Did she make the character look like who you imagined such a character would look like?


  • Rebecca says:

    Thanks so much, Jeff. Yes, I thought Georgina looked exactly how I imagined that character. Well, she’s prettier than the character, but you have to figure that with a professional actor.

    Some of the other characters didn’t fit my imagination at all, but they worked so well in the film–I was shocked that mine wasn’t the only envisioning that worked!


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