Check out the Tribeca Film Festival from a kid's point of view!
Go behind the "screens" and onto the red carpet with our Tribeca Kids Access student reporters. Come along as they ask the tough questions, pose with the stars and blog all about it.
The Tribeca Kids Access team is a talented group of 5th- through 8th-graders from downtown schools who ask the (tough and silly) questions for YOU!
PHOTOS – To see the reporter's posing with the stars CLICK HERE.
Favorite Book: The Hobbit by J. R. R. Tolkien
Favorite Movie: The Hobbit
Favorite place to eat in Tribeca/Downtown: Takahachi
Favorite place to hang out in Tribeca/Downtown: The playground at Pier 25
Favorite Music/Song/Artist: Songs from Phanton of the Opera
Hometown: Lower Manhattan
Favorite Book: The Lord of the Rings Trilogy & The Hobbit by J. R. R. Tokien
Favorite Movie: The Lord of the Rings & The Hobbit
Favorite place to eat in Tribeca/Downtown:Shake Shack
Favorite place to hang out in Tribeca/Downtown:Battery Park City
Favorite Music/Song/Artist: Green Day, The Rolling Stones, The Beatles and The Who
Hometown: South Street Seaport
Favorite Book: Regarding the Sink by Kate Klise
Favorite Movie: Dreamgirls
Favorite place to eat in Tribeca/Downtown: UNO (South Street Seaport)
Favorite place to hang out in Tribeca/Downtown: Alfred E. Smith Playground
Favorite Music/Song/Artist: Beyoncé
Favorite Book: Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe
Favorite Movie: Austin Powers - The Spy Who Shagged Me
Favorite place to eat in Tribeca/Downtown: Shake Shack
Favorite place to hang out in Tribeca/Downtown: Gym at PS 234
Favorite Music/Song/Artist: "Feel This Moment" by Pitbull
Favorite Book: Life of Pi by Yann Martel and Percy Jackson Series by Rick Riordan
Favorite Movie: James Bond movies
Favorite place to eat in Tribeca/Downtown: Bubby's
Favorite place to hang out in Tribeca/Downtown: Teardrop Park
Favorite Music/Song/Artist: Epic Rap Battles of History, Bruce Springsteen
Hometown: Lower Manhattan
Favorite Book: Out of My Mind by Sharon M. Draper and The Name of the Book Is Secret by Pseudonymous Bosch
Favorite Movie: Breakfast Club
Favorite place to eat in Tribeca/Downtown: Stone Street
Favorite place to hang out in Tribeca/Downtown: In my building because there are a lot of activities I can do.
Favorite Music/Song/Artist: Adele, Alicia Keys & One Direction
Favorite Book: Divergent by Veronica Roth
Favorite Movie: Finding Nemo
Favorite place to eat in Tribeca/Downtown: Shake Shack
Favorite place to hang out in Tribeca/Downtown: Rockefeller Park
Favorite Music/Song/Artist: "Love The Way You Lie" by Eminem and Rihanna
Favorite Book: Alex Rider Series by Anthony Horowitz
Favorite Movie: The Avengers
Favorite place to eat in Tribeca/Downtown: Luke's Lobster
Favorite place to hang out in Tribeca/Downtown: Battery Park
Favorite Music/Song/Artist: Green Day
Favorite Book: The Fault In Our Stars by John Green
Favorite Movie: Life of Pi & Kung Fu Panda
Favorite place to eat in Tribeca/Downtown: Cutting Board
Favorite place to hang out in Tribeca/Downtown: Pinkberry
Favorite Music/Song/Artist: "Titanium" by Sia and David Guetta
Hometown: Battery Park City
Favorite Book: Relentless by Dean Koontz
Favorite Movie:The Proposal
Favorite place to eat in Tribeca/Downtown: Picasso Pizza
Favorite place to hang out in Tribeca/Downtown: Rockefeller Park
Favorite Music/Song/Artist: Beyoncé
The English Teacher
A Case of You
The King of Comedy
At Any Price
King of Comedy
Greetings From Tim Buckley
Mistaken for Strangers
Downtown Youth Behind the Camera
Tribeca Back Lot Tour
Lil Bub & Friendz
Elaine Stritch: Shoot Me
Tribeca/ESPN Sports Film Festival Gala: Big Shot
Today I met Christina Ricci. She was really nice. She plays Vexy, the new Smurf character in Smurf 2. I asked her, “ What do you perfer more, voice-acting or regular acting?” She replied, I can’t decide, I like both because in voice acting you get to walk in the studio wearing a t-shirt and jeans or sneakers if your feeling lazy, and in regular acting, you can have a great time with other people who are just great. I really liked interviewing her because she was very kind, can’t wait until the Smurfs 2 comes out in theathers!!!!!
Today I also met Rory, Time Out Kids Editor and she is a reporter herself. AWESOME!!!!! We asked her, “ What is your favorite spot in New York City ?” She responded that she likes Central Park, Belvedere Castle, Wolman Rink because those areas are fun to go to. Those are my favorite areas too!!!!!! She was really kind to work with and we also share something else in common….. our favorite Smurf is Smurfette!!!!!
Today, I was at the screening of Smurfs 2. Fanta and I only interviewed two people, one of which was Christina Ricci!! She played the voice of Vexy. I watched the trailer of the movie several times and it looked like a really fun movie. I asked Christina what were some of the challenges of doing the voice of Vexy. She said working with only yourself is not as easy as you think. She said “well, I was lonely” ! She also said that it’s hard to gather ideas and do something that you don’t usually do. After Christina, I interviewed a Time Out Magazine and Website editor, Rory Halperin and I asked her what she does in her job. She recommends places to eat, to go, to visit and activities for kids to do in New York. Sounds like a good job. I took pictures with Christina and Rory and can’t wait to see them! This was my last red carpet interview. I just want to say thanks to everyone, including Amy, Sandy and Cherie. I had an amazing experience. Signing off.
Hi again readers,
I guess i'm a veteran at being a reporter now... it only feels like yesterday when I was at practice.
Before Midnight at the Tribeca Film Festival was fun. Ethan Hawke was there and he told us he wouldn't want to be anywhere else but I guess being in France could compare. Julie Delpy was pretty cool too, except for the introduction (extra*) where only Mia (my partner) and her spoke French, I guess I don't like being left out. There was a lot of history behind the film, it was the 3rd in a series. Most of the people on the red carpet mentioned us not being born for the first one, just saying I didn't choose when I was born. Everyone there was great.
See you next time!
Last Saturday, I went to the Tribeca Film Festival Street Fair, where there were lots of fun games and activities. I had a sleepover with my friend Josh, who was a host, so I went to the festival early when he went to the Sports Stage. They had Myachi, which you do with a small, rectangular bean bag and do tricks with it on the back of your fingers; Double Dutch Empire (double dutch is jump roping with TWO jump ropes. Crazy, right?); Junie B. jump rope (they too had double dutch, but they had professionals doing FLIPS and stuff WHILE doing double dutch.); girls flag football; and other sports.
At 12:00, I was singing on stage with my school, P.S. 150! A few hours later, I was a host on the main stage. Downtown Dance Factory was up on stage first. They had different levels of kids performing hip hop. Then, there were other dance schools. I saw Junie B. again on the main stage. After that, there was a dance party and I was all done with my time as a host.
Sadly, this is the last blog I am doing, so I will be actually be saying good bye. Good- bye! :(
Hi! I’m back with another stunning blog entry for you. This post is about the Tribeca Family Festival Street Fair! This is my favorite part of the Film Festival because there is so much stuff to do and to get. This year, the fair was divided into six awesome parts. The first one was: Tribeca Studios Backlot. A backlot is an area behind or adjoining a movie studio and is pretty sweet. The backlot erected on Harrison Street had make-up and star trailers and other movie related things.
The second part was: Tribeca Film Festival/ESPN Sports Day. This area had different sports and sports related games like Lacrosse and Myachi. The third part was: Tribeca Food Feast. This area had chefs demonstrating their awesome techniques. I interviewed famed chef Masaharu Morimoto of “Iron Chef” and asked him about his cooking skills and what he likes eating. He is opening a new restaurant called Tribeca Canvas in the neighborhood soon. The forth area was: Festival Main Stage. It was the main stage of the fair and people preformed on it including stars from Broadway shows like Wicked.
The fifth area was: Kidz Block Party. It was for the little ones but had some really fun stuff like the Gazillion Bubble show which let kids blow huge bubbles. The sixth area was: Arts and Crafts. This area let kids do all sorts of crafty projects. There were also prizes given out to people who completed a V.I.P. pass by stamping in the letters T, R, B, E, C, A from each of the six area. The “I” came in as the signature line in TFF’s logo.
Out of all the areas I went to I liked, well, all of them. They all had something special and were all fun. I also want to say that this is my last blog entry. It’s been great to have such a wonderful experience going on the red carpets and writing my own blog. So I guess that it’s a wrap!
Last night I was at the screening of The English Teacher. I was very lucky to meet and talk with Julianne Moore!! I asked her what it was like working with the director, Craig Zisk. She said he was really amazing and a good guy, and he knew what he was doing. I have to say Julianne is very good looking and really nice! She thought that Alice and I made a good pair of reporters. I had a lot of fun at the screening.
Hi again! On Friday, I had another red carpet. This red carpet was for the movie "The English Teacher". I got to interview Julianne Moore and the writers of the movie. The red carpet started late, so the staff was bunching the reporters from other media together with us. Julianne's escort said that our group could have one question in total! Fortunately, when Julianne Moore came over to us, the person next to her said, "Look at the kids!" And she came over to us and we were able to ask some questions like, "Who was your favorite teacher?" She was very nice and stopped by to talk to us even though the red carpet was running late and they were running out of time! The writers came to us and we asked them who their favorite teacher was too and they said a teacher in college who encouraged them to become writers. I was sad it was my last carpet, I've had so much fun writing these blogs and interviewing people. My last blog is still yet to come. ;)
Hi all! Last night Quincy and I went to the world premiere of The Motivation. I interviewed many people including Adam Bhala Lough (Director) and Nyjah Huston (Skateboarder who took gold at this year’s X Games). But my favorite person who I interviewed was Damon Dash. Don’t know who he is? Well, let’s just say that he was a business partner of Jay-Z. One of my favorite things that I found out about him was he likes to play ping- pong. He claimed that “I couldn’t beat a pro, but I could beat anyone else.”
I really liked this red carpet because it was different crowd then Trust Me, which I covered last Saturday, which had a crowd that was more serious. The crowd was younger and more bouncy at The Motivation. Overall I had a great time doing this red carpet.
On Friday I interviewed Zac Efron, Dennis Quaid, Heather Graham, Maika Monroe, Ramin Bahran, Hallie Newton and Kim Dickens from the movie At Any Price and it was extremely fun. When Hallie first came in I was so nervous but she was so sweet and nice I got comfortable, I relaxed and after all the other cast members and director came by I was ready. Quincy and I were very excited but I have to tell you that when Zac came I went CRAZY, I started jumping all over the place and it was hilarious. The whole cast was so nice they were all so sweet, when we were interviewing them they had a great attitude and they made me feel comfortable to talk to them.
When we were all done interviewing everyone and walking home, Quincy and I were very excited and started telling our moms about our night. I am so grateful to be a Tribeca Kids Access reporter because if I wasn’t I would of never have got to talk to all the cast of At Any Price (especially Zac). But I am so happy and I want to thank the camera crew that was there filming everything and Sandy who helped us all along.
Wassup everybody!!! At the world premiere of Trust Me (April 20, 2013), I probably said OMG 20 times. I met a whole ton of cool people, including Amanda Peet, Sam Rockwell, Felicity Huffman, Saxon Sharbino, Paul Sparks, Clark Gregg and Michael J. Fox! Even though it was my second time reporting on carpet, Jake and I were extremely nervous, but at the same time, extremely excited.
Michael J. Fox (who became famous by playing Marty McFly from Back to the Future) was the first person we talked to. We asked him who he trusted the most, and he replied, “I…trust my wife!” Almost everyone we asked said that they trusted their partners. I said I trusted my family, my friends, and I. Jake trusted his adorable dog, who I got to meet after the carpet ☺.
We also got to chat with Clark Gregg (director, screenwriter and actor in Trust Me) and his wife, Jennifer Grey. They were both so much fun to talk to! We all took turns introducing our names, then we said all together, “and we are, Tribeca Kids Access!” I asked both of them who they trusted the most, and of course, they both said each other.
When we asked the cast how they got their careers started, everybody had different starts. Amanda Peet said that a talent scout saw one of her ‘small’ shows (as she put it), and asked her to work on another movie. Another person said that he started acting in Canada, then moved the America, deciding to do movies there instead. Many people give credit to their talent agents, who really helped them get a good head start, just like in the movie (but the other way around!)
I had an amazing time, talking to every person on the carpet, especially Michael. Jake and I were super hyper (although we were not allowed to drink the free espressos they were offering for reporters), and I had a great experience working with Amy and the camera crew. I’ll write again for the closing night movie, The King of Comedy.
As a reporter who has never been on the red carpet, I was a bit nervous. But last night, all of that changed when I went to the World Premiere of “Trust Me” with Reika. We started with about 10 shots outside in the freezing cold made worse by the breeze coming off of the Hudson River. But when we finally got inside the warm building I started interviewing many people including Clark Gregg (the director), Amanda Peet (an actress in the film), Sam Rockwell (an actor in the film), and Michael J. Fox (a huge movie and TV star). Out of all these people, I have to say that interviewing Clark Gregg was my favorite. I asked him, “You’ve played many action-adventure heroes before like Agent Phil Coulson in the Iron Man films and Marvel’s The Avengers. What made you want to act, write and direct this film?” He replied “Do you know what a control freak is?” I laughed pretty hard about that comment. Mr. Gregg’s wife, Jennifer Grey, said Reika and I we were cute and fabulous. I liked being on the red carpet because it can be a once in a lifetime opportunity for you and its really fun. I was nervous at the start but by the end I had really enjoyed my first red carpet.
Hello again! On Sunday, I had fun interviewing the kids filmmakers who made the short films that showed in the Downtown Youth Behind the Camera program. There was a big group of kids that had made "Greta Stencil and the Magic Pencil". Their film was very unique because it used clay and paper Stop Motion Animation. The character, Greta Stencil, made drawings that would come to life by popping out of the page… I have no idea how they did it! The films were short but funny. In Cereal Killer, there was a bunch of cereals that had been murdered! Detective Spoon tries to find out who done it. The ending will keep you guessing. Also, I have a friend named Etai whose film was in the festival. The best line in his movie was, "Kicking down the sofa! IT WON'T MOVE!!" Guess you had to be there, but trust me, you should really try to see all the Downtown Youth Behind the Camera films.
Hey all – Today was a super fantastic day. I was on the carpet for Downtown Youth Behind the Camera. I talked with many of the students who made, starred in and directed many of the films. My favorite was Kicking Down Stuff by Etai Abramovich. I asked Etai whether it was hard making this film. He said, “well, kicking down stuff was not that hard” but he also said you need to do it the “right way”!!
I interviewed Sebastian Soros who was the star in What’s Up Duck and asked him how he thought the film came out and he said he thought the filming of it went very well. I thought he did a great job! I also met Marshall Curry! Curry is a very well known documentary filmmaker. I bet most people didn’t know that he taught English before he made films. I asked him about his upcoming films and he said he is making a movie about boxing and it will be about the famous fighter, Lennox Lewis. That will be really cool.
Another great day at the Tribeca Film Festival.
Today I went to Downtown Youth Behind the Camera with Alice, Harris and Fanta. Downtown Youth Behind the Camera is a program giving young filmmakers a venue for their creativity, and encouraging them to express themselves through this vital art form. We started out by doing our intros on the red carpet where the young stars who shot and/or acted the eight short films would walk down. I got paired up with Harris and we started blasting questions at kids who were in elementary and middle school. My favorite questions to ask were “Who or what inspires you?” and “What do you want to be when you grow up?” Finally it was time to go into the theater and watch the fabulous eight films that kids had made. One of my favorites was called “Kicking Down Stuff” which was made by a 5th grader at PS 150. It was basically a kid kicking down random stuff to a heavy metal tune. I enjoyed this film because it was simple and well made. I really look forward to seeing what the young stars are going to make next.
Hey everybody, it’s me, Reika, again!!! Recently, on May 18, 2013, I got a chance to go to the Tribeca Film Festival Word Premiere of Almost Christmas, a comedy about two men who moved to New York, planning to make big money selling Christmas trees. I got to meet a lot of cool people, like Vincent D’Arbouze, Michael Drayer, Paul Giamatti, and Amy Landecker (whose outfit was amazing!).
I asked Paul Giamatti, who played Dennis, the ex-convict if he visited any jails to prepare for his role. He laughed and said, “No, but I should’ve!!! Don’t worry, next time, I’ll prepare for my role better.” Amy Landecker was really cool and gave us tips to posing and looking good for the camera. It was a great first experience!
One question that Azaan and I asked almost everybody was, “What is your favorite holiday tradition?” since to movie was about Christmas and the traditional pine tree to put presents under. We had different answers, some said Thanksgiving and the turkey, others said Hanukah and singing old world songs with family, and someone said Valentine’s Day!
I thought it was a great first time experience. To be honest, I was really nervous at first, but after the first few people we talked to, I understood the flow of things, and I was able to have fun!!! It was great working with the camera crew, Sandy, and Azaan, and I can’t wait until my next event I’ll cover!
Hey – Last night I had the experience of a lifetime! I was at the premiere of the ESPN Gala, Big Shot on the red carpet!! It was very exciting to see all the celebrities and the people from ESPN. Kevin Connolly, the director of the film, who is also an actor (he was on Entourage), was on the red carpet and I got to ask him a few questions. I asked him why it was important for him to make this film. Connolly responded that he grew up on Long Island and was a “fanatic” Islander fan! I told him I was a fan too and gave him a high five. He also said that he did not really talk to Spano about the film but he knew how he must have felt about it. I couldn’t believe I had the chance to meet and talk with John Spano!! I asked him what he thought about the film and he said, he was the “only one” to see it before everyone and he thought it was ok, but when he saw it with other people, he felt “pretty bad.” Oh well!
Hannah Storm, ESPN anchor, was also on the red carpet and she was with her daughter and two of her daughter’s friends. Another highlight of the night was when I interviewed Giant’s defensemen, Prince Amukamara. He was not as tall as I thought he would be! We talked about the Giants! Lastly, I interviewed the person who really was a part of the Spano era, Bryan Berard, former New York Islander. He reminded me that he was rookie player of the year in 1996 -1997 season. This was a night in my life to remember!
Hi again! Last night Alice and I went to the TFF Drive-In movie, Beetlejuice. We interviewed the man himself (Beetlejuice). I asked him “What is your favorite food?” He replied “Brains, what flavors are yours?” Man, that guy was creepy. Asking me what flavor my brains are is weird and gross. I also interviewed one of my friends and a little kid. That’s what’s really fun about being a reporter at the Drive-In. You get to do “man on the street” interviews, which means you get to interview anyone using your “back pocket” questions.
The Drive-In is unique to Tribeca because this is where you can watch a movie that’s free and on the water on a giant screen. There are also fun activities like face painting (I got my face painted like the Joker last night) and costume contests. I also liked the AT&T booth. They had two games; one of the games was about texting and driving and you have to answer the texts that you get while driving! This teaches you that you should not text while driving because a lot of people get killed doing that. The other game was pretty fun because they gave you a Samsung Galaxy and you had to point the phone at a TV and flick balls from the phone into hoops on the screen. The people at the booth were very kind, giving away light up bracelets and light up rings. In conclusion, this was a great Drive-In (one of my favorites ever!).
Hi again! Phew, that was a close one! Who else was there on Friday watching the amazing Beetlejuice (scary but good!) and waiting for the sky to explode upon us? The storm slowed down just enough for Beetlejuice to end properly. Hope they got the screen down!
The evening started out pretty awesome: I got my face painted, I interviewed "Beetlejuice" who happened to be a balloon animal expert, and interviewed random people. I found "Beaglejuice"! I saw a beagle and pointed at him and said "Look, it's Beaglejuice"! He just sniffed the microphone. I had a super fun time with the full-of-questions guy Jake. We were kindergarten and first grade buddies together. It was nice to have a reunion with a good ol' friend.
The movie was kind of creepy at first and it was sad watching the couple trying to scare away the inconsiderate family but unable to be successful. My favorite character was the shrunken head guy in the waiting room. I laughed a lot…even though my little brother (5 years old) was hiding his head in my mom's lap. I thought it was funny and I loved "Day-O". If you have not seen Beetlejuice, I highly recommend it!
Hello again! Do I have a story for you! On Wednesday, I was lucky enough to cover the Opening Night of the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival World Premiere Documentary Mistaken For Strangers. On the red carpet, I got to interview Liza Minnelli, Tom and Matt Berninger, Jane Rosenthal (one of the founders of the festival) and Adam Goldberg. When I asked Tom (the director of Mistaken For Strangers) what his reaction was to finding out his film made it into the festival, he responded, " I was sick to my stomach because I was so nervous!" FYI - Liza Minnelli is not only the daughter of Judy Garland, but an extremely famous triple-threat (that means she's a very good actress, singer, and dancer) Broadway and film star. Now for the scoop of the night: I got to interview Robert De Niro! He is also one of the founders of the Festival, and a multiple award-winning actor. When I asked Mr. De Niro why he started this festival he said, "Because of 9-11". He wanted to bring people back into the streets because downtown was considered really dangerous. And then I told Mr. De Niro that I was born four weeks after 9-11. And he asked me if I remember when Tribeca was not in it's glory. I told him that I have lived here for ten years. Can you believe that I got to interview the founders of the festival on my very first night?!
"Hi, I'm Reika, and I'm part of Tribeca Kids Access. All the reporters got a chance to create a video, touring film locations in Tribeca on Monday, April 15, 2013. We went to different locations in Tribeca where scenes were shot from movies, such as "Newlyweds", "When in Rome", "Enchanted", and much more.
I went to the Western Union Building, where Leonardo DiCaprio went to work in his film, Revolutionary Road. The building was amazing, inside & out. The brass color doors had great detail, and I would understand why people would love to go to work here!
For me, I had a great experience being able to visit and talk about film locations. I think that it was cool how so many movies can do amazing scenes right in Tribeca, also a place where many celebrities live. For being on camera, working with the college students helping us film, it was a wonderful first-time experience, even though it was a bit windy.
I hope I get to do something like this again!
A few days ago, I had my first filming session. It was extremely fun, and I made new friends. Some reporters went to the place where the billboard in the movie Enchanted was filmed, which is now a construction zone. Another reporter went to the restaurant Edwards to give some information on the movie When In Rome. The WHOLE group of reporters all went to the famous FDNY Hook and Ladder 8 fire station, where the Ghostbusters headquarters were filmed. My thanks to the extremely kind fireman, who was nice enough to even open up the garage door where the fire truck was! Did you know, that inside the fire station, as a reminder that the movie was filmed, there is a big Ghostbusters 2 3D sign? I had a very good experience with all the nice people who were filming. It was soooo much fun to learn and verbally say my lines! So until next time, good-bye!
Monday was the first day of filming for Tribeca Kids Access, it was awesome! But, honestly it was really cold. I would have much rather done it in warmer weather but, other than that it was great. Our first scene was shot in front of the Tribeca Cinema, my scene was at Walkers on North Moore Street, where Ed Burns shot his film Newlyweds and our last scene was shot at the firehouse of FDNY Hook and Ladder 8, which was the headquarters of the Ghostbusters. It was a good day indeed.
Today was a really nice (not to mention VERY cold) day. I was pretty calm with myself starting off and ending the TKA shoot. I think that is because of the trust I put into my peers and staff who were really great. I got to go to some cool locations like FDNY Hook and Ladder 8 where Ghostbusters was filmed. I have to also say those firemen were pretty intimidating. Sometimes it did get a little frustrating when I was saying my lines but I wasn’t scared at all, everyone else had to do the same thing. Overall, I look forward to doing other fun things with Tribeca Kids Access (hopefully with more heat).
Today (4/15/13) I walked around and gave a tour of certain parts of Tribeca. I think that this was to prep me for my 1 or 2 red carpets. I liked that I got to be on camera but I disliked the fact that I had to wait around so much. I also liked that Cherie led my group. Cherie is one of my favorite people at the festival. I hope that in the future I can look at the camera and not get distracted by loud car horns. I guess that is it for now. See ya!
Today was great! All of us reporters walked to our locations to say our lines in front of the camera. I was at the Odeon, which is a restaurant where some famous films were made. I rehearsed my lines which took me a few times to get right – but then I got it. I must have stood outside the Odeon for about a half hour (in the cold!). But it was worth it. I am very excited to be a part of Tribeca Kids Access.
The walk around Tribeca was really fun and we got to know Tribeca even more. We got to know film facts that we have never heard of in Tribeca and that was really amazing. Now I know Tribeca and how to be a reporter.
Today was extremely fun, everything we did was great. The shooting was great. I loved the people I mostly worked with (Azaan, Jake and Alice.) The camera crew was so nice, they all had a great attitude and we all had fun. It’s nice to know that we are all excited, but it was EXTREMELY cold today, my fingers froze at some point. Even though we had a rough time being cold, it was still a fun afternoon with the camera crew, all my partners for Tribeca Kids Access and not to forget Amy, Sandra and Cherie (our biggest helpers). We are all going to have a lot of fun and I am grateful with who I’m working with.