A true chocolate lover finds ways to accommodate his passion and make it work with his lifestyle. One key, not just to keeping weight down and staying guilt-free, but also to keeping taste buds sharp (essential for the professionals who evaluate new products as well as judge recipes), Is being discriminating.— Julie Davis
The most instructive Julie Davis quotes to discover and learn by heart
They put me in an office with the TV set up and said "Here's the tape.
When you're finished writing your copy for the little trailer you're going to do, you'll come out and show it to us and we set you up to go edit it." I turned it on and it was just this hardcore film and I was like, "Oh my God, I've fallen down the rabbit hole."
There's definitely something about the acting that's the most fun.
It's always hard to analyze what your own style is.
I detest producing. I mean, I feel like I do it to enable myself to do all the other stuff that I do love, but I find it's in conflict with the other roles because the producer needs to be the one who says "No" and the director and the writer need to let their mind be free.
For me, no matter how serious the subject is, when I try to write about it, I have to write about it from a comic point of view. It's just the way it comes out.
I'd like to do what I see in my head.
I always feel like I'm directing with one hand tied behind my back.
When a woman wins an Oscar for telling a story from a woman's point of view, that's going to be the win. That's the moment.