Tara Lynn Marcelle

Writer & Producer of "My Name is Paul"

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  1. Have you got any current/upcoming projects that you would like to tell us about?   ~   StarsQA Team
    Working on a memoir and two new screenplays

  2. If you could be an animal, which one would you be, and why?   ~   StarsQA Team
    Unicorn cause duh

  3. Who would you like to work with that you haven't had the opportunity to work with yet?   ~   StarsQA Team

  4. If you had to change your first name, what would you change it to?   ~   rashuriken
    Already did - Eden. But I don't use it.

  5. Have you got any current/upcoming projects that you would like to tell us about?   ~   StarsQA Team
    The movie I wrote, My Name is Paul is now available in WalMart! I'm currently working on several other films which are in pre and post production. And you can see a preview of my own film, 'Bennie,' here at this link http://vimeo.com/90646274 Thanks!

  6. How did you choose to spend your Easter this year?   ~   StarsQA Team
    I saved a bunny.

  7. What's your current fav song?   ~   StarsQA Team
    I have so many. Lately, I'm listening to old Skillet. But I'd have to say my all-time favorite song is by William Fitzsimmons and it's called 'I Don't Feel it Anymore.

  8. What's the last book you read/are currently reading? And did you like it?   ~   StarsQA Team
    The End of Eve by Ariel Gore. She's an amazing writer. I'm going to be taking a writing workshop with her in June.

  9. Tara, how did you get in production work? Has it been what you expected, or have you faced mane challenges? :)   ~   Josephine
    I grew up in a filmmaking family. I've been on sets since I was a little girl, so I just found it a normal part of everyday life. As I got older, I realized which facets of the industry I was most passionate about and that included writing and directing. It's pretty much what I expected. It's not an easy industry to be successful in, and it's very competitive, so I've just tried to focus on my "art" and what makes me happy.