In this episode, "A Conversation With", we talked with award-winning filmmaker Jillian Bullock. Jillian gives insightful tips on how to create a successful script for your film, and we discussed her film "A Sense of Purpose: Fighting For Our Lives".
Jillian is the CEO/President of Jillian Bullock Enterprises, LLC, an empowerment and entertainment company based in Pennsylvania. While Jillian attended college, she raised three children as a single mother and worked as a reporter for "The Wall Street Journal." After graduation from La Salle University, where she got a degree in Communications, Jillian got her start in filmmaking as an intern on Spike Lee's movie "Malcolm X." From there, she has worked on her own and other people's movies as an actress, writer, producer, director, and fight choreographer. Jillian got that last title because she is a former competitive boxer and martial artist. She holds two black belts, one in Tae Kwon Do and the other in Wing Chun. Now she trains in mixed martial arts.
As an author, Jillian's memoir, "Here I Stand," was published in 2012. She has sold two screenplays in her career so far - "The Champion Inside" and "Scar Across My Heart." Since 2007, Jillian has been a screenwriting judge for the Set in Philadelphia Screenwriting Contest, which is sponsored by the Greater Philadelphia Film Office.
Jillian's latest project is a feature film entitled "A Sense of Purpose: Fighting For Our Lives," which focuses on veterans, military sexual assault, and PTSD. Inspired by true stories.
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