Associated Press

Associated Press 25 Mar 2020

Filmmaker Leslie Thomas: 'I'm watching my friends panic'

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The independent filmmaker behind comedy feature "Honesty Weekend," Leslie Thomas, explains how the coronavirus pandemic is impacting her work in the entertainment industry. (March 25)


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"I'm not in it for the fancy dinners and Paris or Switzerland or Vienna. I've only been to those places twice during my time on the job. One of my predecessors went 62 times. That, my friends, is a lot of cocktails."

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