I really enjoyed Steven Spielberg's The Fabelmans. It is a semi-autobiographical film that tells the story of a young boy (him)growing up in the 1950s. The film is full of nostalgia and heart, and it offers a unique perspective on the American dream. The portion that really resonated with me was the story of overcoming bullying and the emphasis on creativity. I was bullied relentlessly growing up. The thing that I dug was the observations he made as a young creator and filmmaker.
As an African American creator and burgeoning filmmaker, I was particularly drawn to the story. The film's depiction of a working-class family resonated with me, and I appreciated the way that Spielberg explored themes of identity, belonging, and the power of storytelling.
One of the things that I loved most about The Fabelmans was its authenticity. Spielberg doesn't shy away from the challenges that his characters face, but he also celebrates their triumphs. The film is a reminder that even during adversity, we can always find hope. That celebrations of triumph is what I attempt to emulate every day.
The Fabelmans has had a profound impact on my life as a creator. The film has inspired me to tell my own stories, and it has given me the confidence to believe that my voice matters. Every day it seems like I'm finding inspiration to keep raising my voice. I am grateful to Steven Spielberg for sharing his story with the world, and I know that The Fabelmans will continue to inspire others for years to come.
Here are some specific ways that The Fabelmans has influenced my life as a learning African American creator and filmmaker:
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In this first series of the new year, I share how I'm work on being productive while battling Multiple Sclerosis. It's a neurological disease that affects the nervous system. I was diagnosed in 2020, but like many felt some of the symptoms many years earlier. If you want additional information about Multiple Sclerosis, please go to the National MS Society Website (CLICK HERE,) or speak to your doctor. I thank all of you for being there and I hope to share info that may be of value in your life. You being productive is not about you, it's about spending time with those you love and care for
Recently, I had a chance to give a speech about how I live my life by a few areas.
Good Morning, Winston. I just wanted to make sure I gave you the basic feedback I had for your stunning presentation. I really didn’t have any constructive criticism. I am always intrigued by beautiful speakers as I aspire to be the same. It is why I also enjoy “The Moth.” It is found on Sirius radio under shows. I also enjoy Snap Judgment and StoryCorps. Word usage and delivery are critical to life in every situation and occasion. Thank you for sharing your expertise and professionalism. It is much appreciated.
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You always have such purpose and your presentation is engaging. To reflect on such a pillar of strength as your Mom – what an honor. To acknowledge her toil, her love for her craft and love for those around her was such a treat as if I can see her. It was as if I know her. You painted such a beautiful picture.
You always speak with such clarity and your tone is appropriate to your word usage. You give time for your audience to understand every word you speak. You have a way of captivating your audience with interest and relatable stories or information.
Thank you S.M. and most importantly my wonderful Mother, Madge Delores Myrie-Wilson.
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