Directed by Pilar ADARA
Something smells in Josie’s life and it’s not Just the dog shit she picks up for a living.
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Director Biography – Pilar ADARA
Pilar Adara is a vivacious NYC-based Actor/Producer/Writer working in TV and Film.
Pilar grew up in Atlanta, Georgia with a deep love for the arts. After studying and honing her craft as a performer in Georgia, Florida, and Germany, she moved to New York City to pursue her career in musical theatre. It was in her third year in New York City she realized it was time to start building her own table, instead of trying to find a seat at the old one.
During the Covid lockdown in 2020, Pilar began falling in love with screenwriting and focusing on fusing her love of politics and art. Using the power of storytelling, she hopes to create art that will challenge societal norms and work to break the gatekeeping cycle of who is in front of or behind the camera. Pilar has been staffed to write on three political ads, as well as write commercials, a feature, and a digital series. Pilar is a proud recipient of NALIP’s Emerging Content Creators Scholarship.
This story is based on my real life experiences dog walking for NYC’s Sparkly Elite.
This is the first short in my series, Go Fetch Club.