I was one of those kids that would ask, if you had to choose one...would you rather be deaf or blind or would you rather lose a finger or a toe? I also make as many words out of other words. I can't tell you how many times I've sat on the plane and made other words out of "Emergency Exit".
I also thought if you could only live your life on one letter what would it be? I was really into "S for a while but quickly realized "C" was far superior. When I was younger a life lived on the letter C afforded me Cash, Chauffeurs, Credit, California, Champagne. Caviar, Cocktails, Chocolate, Chicken, Carats (as in diamonds) and the list went on and one as I have gotten older I know love Community, Collaboration. Constant, Clear, Conscientious. Care, Cure, Coping, Charisma, Charitable, and Content.
So, in that spirit I have decided to call my blog Living on the Letter C. I hope you will join in by challenging me to write posts starting with C words you suggest and to have fun thinking outside the box with me on so many of aspects of our lives.
CEO and Co-Founder of IndieFlix, Scilla is an award-winning filmmaker, Emmy-nominated costume designer, and tireless champion of independent film. Scilla is a popular speaker on the festival circuit and is known as a nurturing disruptor and pioneer in the indie film space. She is relentless in her mission to help filmmakers translate their artistic vision into commercial success. Frustrated by complicated and one-sided distribution deals, Scilla co-founded IndieFlix in 2005 and over the years it has become one of the most meaningful global online streaming platforms in the industry. Her latest innovation, the RPM model (Royalty Pool Minutes), jettisons antiquated and complicated payment systems in favor of refreshing and transparent, simplicity: for every minute watched, a filmmaker gets paid.
Her favorite past time is walking, cooking and dining with friends, playing games and collecting big necklaces. She loves ball gown skirts but lives in shorts. Her friends call her fortune cookie. She resides with her two children and dog in Seattle WA.