It's the first villain that I've played in a movie that has absolutely no vulnerability and no innocence, nothing whatsoever that is likeable about her other than she's so bad.
It's not necessary to go far and wide. I mean, you can really find exciting and inspiring things within your hometown.
And I know that the younger generation is doing things that are so ingenious. And for them it's not a matter of a political belief or an environmental stance. It's really just common sense.
I really struggle with that feeling of helplessness. That's why I really try to get my blogs, and even myself, to point to the positive and look at all the inspiring things that are happening.
The biodiesel we use is 100 percent, it has no petroleum in it. It was already used in fryers throughout our local area. It's already had one life and now it's going to be used again, which is nice.
A movie camera is like having someone you have a crush on watching you from afar - you pretend it's not there.
My ideal is to wake up in the morning and run around the meadow naked.
I love the idea that biodiesel has the potential to support farmers, especially the family farms.
I've never been good in the financial and business arenas. I handle the creative side of things.
That's a big goal of mine, to try and grow as much of my own food as possible.
Most people are really stunned to find out that the technology has been around for more than 100 years, and that the diesel engine was in fact invented to run on vegetable oil.
Being a humanitarian, supporting animal rights activists, human rights activists, it's all the same.
So organic farming practices are something that, to me, are interlinked with the idea of using biodiesel.
Filmmaking is such a collaborative medium.
I'm one of those people who figures that it will eventually sort itself out.
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