The Slimebag Project

Pitcher wants to make movies, now. Unfortunately, she lacks the time, money, or patience to do things the right way.
When her father falls fatally ill, however, Pitcher's faced with an ultimatum.
Now Pitcher must confront an arrogant director, a badly run film festival with a runaway toilet paper mascot, and the devil himself in order to make the film that she wants to see. More
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About Des Sousa

As a child, Des Sousa skipped the "about the author" pages and went straight to the stories. I suggest you do the same. But, curious minds are welcome to read along, if you like. More detailed snippets about his life are covered in the "about the author" pages of Sousa's books.
Des Sousa loved to watch films from a young age and spent many years as an independent filmmaker. Sousa used to walk into a festival not knowing what it was, just because a film was there. Sousa heard filmmakers of all kinds, from political to artistic to purely commercial, tell about how they made their movies. Hearing these stories inspired "The Slimebag Project."
Sousa lived in five countries. The first two may appear in later plays. The third, and strangest, was the United Kingdom.
Des Sousa's first job in the UK was trainee hairdresser. No, things were not as violent as they are in "Rinsed In Blood", but the clients liked to gossip and the friendly atmosphere inspired the character interaction. Unfortunately, he left that job due to an illness. (What illness could prevent you from cutting hair? Well, warts. No one wants to give those to customers when you wash their heads, now do they?).
Sousa also tried web design for a time. And running his own companies, trying to make films, taking photos, even designing websites for clients, and getting locked in a noisy underground office, helped inform him of the world behind "Under Quiet Neath."

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