Lara Means Week: Tom Wright Speaks!


Lara Means Week was a wonderful success – and I don’t mean that in a “slap the backs of Troy and Jim sort of way”, I mean in the wonderful contributions we had to make the week work. We just thought we’d share a little feedback we had from Millennium director Tom Wright. We do keep saying “they” are reading what is said at BacktoFrankBlack, so with his kind permission, here is Tom’s feedback.

In regards to Alison Nastasi’s Tuesday piece:
“ALISON HAS DONE A FANTASTIC PIECE ON LAURA HERE.
THIS TAKES ME BACK TO THE EPISODE IN WHICH LAURA DIED. ALL THE TRANSITIONS SHE WENT THROUGH. WOW, REALLY DOES TAKE ME BACK.

ALISON. KEEP UP THE GREAT WORK, AND I HOPE TO READ MORE OF YOUR ‘DREAMS’ SOON.”

And a further comment on Wednesday’s video by Joselyn Rojas:
“WELL, WITHOUT A DOUBT ANOTHER TERRIFIC ARTIST.
AGAIN, MEMORIES LIKE CRAZY FLOODING BACK INTO MY HEAD.
A LOT OF THOSE IMAGES WERE MINE…..AND THAT ONE EPISODE WAS REALLY FUN TO DO.
EVERYONE HAD A GREAT TIME.

ALSO WANT TO SAY TO JOSELYN, A REALLY FANTASTIC JOB. I’VE WATCHED THE VIDEO (6) TIMES NOW AND I’M SURE I’LL WATCH IT AND SHOW IT MANY MORE TIMES.
GOOD LUCK IN YOUR CAREER AND THANKS FOR LETTING ME IN ON IT.
THE BEST TO YOU
!”

Our interview with Tom will be up soon. Keep your eyes peeled for more updates!

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6 thoughts on “Lara Means Week: Tom Wright Speaks!

  1. Wow, well I read this piece last week thanks to Alison sending me this in e-mail form. I'm a "Millennium" virgin to this day, but major "The X-Files" fan. As someone who has never seen an episode I just appreciated a well-written, well explained character study. Always enjoy Alison's writing and "Powers and Principalties" stands out as one of her best works.

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  2. Wow, well I read this piece last week thanks to Alison sending me this in e-mail form. I’m a “Millennium” virgin to this day, but major “The X-Files” fan. As someone who has never seen an episode I just appreciated a well-written, well explained character study. Always enjoy Alison’s writing and “Powers and Principalties” stands out as one of her best works.

    Like

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