“The 12th Letter” - is your cinema debut, you tried yourself as a director assistant. How does it feel being involved in this process? And you wrote the screenplay fully by yourself?
Then after this experience, do you find yourself ready to direct, and be in charge, or it’s still a hard challenge for you?
Your book, and film are raising a difficult topic, that is very actual nowadays... How this story came up in your mind, is it based on some real-life experience?
Who was the crew of the film? Is it your friends, and family, or it’s new meetings in your life?
How many actually veterans took part in this film?
In your opinion, what kind of help do war veterans need?
Tell us a bit more about Robert Hovorka, who is the producer of this film, and as now I know - your husband.
You joined our festival in “Best Inspirational Film” category, which probably perfectly fits your work. Is changing life of veterans – is the main message of this film?
Have you thought about any charity in this direction in the future? How does the USA
government care about their veterans?
Tell us a bit more Jeff Smee. How was it working with him?
What is the next step for the film “The 12th Letter”?
Any ideas about adapting your next books? Are you down to write some screenplays?