He has a friendly grin on his face. He always seems to have a grin on his face. especially these days when things are going well for this young writer-of-movies. This particular morning, it's also reflecting a feeling of relief after his son has snapped back from an appendicitis operation. Dana Glazer is doing what he wanted to do since he was nine years old.
On Growing Up In Boston
grandmother making popcorn and offering M&Ms. "Peanut M&Ms," Glazer clarifies."
always special to be with my grandparents," he says. "And there wasmagic in movies. Life should have as much magic as possible." He claims, " the film bug never left. I think, watch and make movies. "
Later, at Bowdoin, in , his senior presentation would help to get him into grad school.
The Idea for A Case of Blue
He and Deborah - "she is Deborah, he cautions, "never Debbie!" - married for 19 years, have two sons, Charlie and Jamie, and a daughter, Georgia.
A second was Parents of the Revolution and the third, a tribute to Jim and Sarah Brady, featured interviews with Nancy Pelosi, Chuck Schumer and Dan Rather.
The grin again: "This is our community film project."
|Scott Rosenfelt, Producer|