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I've been told it's been given out in law firms, which makes me incredibly happy.
But I think that as different as one business may be from another we're still, in general, in mixed genders in the trenches together for the first time in all these businesses.
LO: That's what I've been told both by journalists and by people in business management.
Even if success is enough, there's always this guilt complex. But there are so many of our stories that are untold.
LO: And moreover, we don't feel good having all the cookies in the cookie jar. n "The Art of Producing" panel with Lynda Obst, Dwight Adair, Elizabeth Avellán, Paul Stekler, and Richard Lewis takes place Saturday, October 4, 1-3pm, at Borders Books (10225 Research).
LO: One of the things we always forget in the trenches is that our immediate bosses have bosses. That I love the Richard Jewell story and Hot Zone, which I think is quite millennial. You develop pieces long enough and then turn them over to their maker long enough, you just finally want to be making your own mistakes with your material on set.
Because we so believe in the hierarchy that immediately surrounds us, we don't recognize that at the top of that hierarchy is someone enmeshed in the middle level or the lowest levels of yet another hierarchy. And I love "science faction," which I also feel is millennial. It's easy to turn the movie over to Nora [Ephron] or Michael Hoffman or certain people from whom I can learn so much.