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Aryka Randall’s gay comedy series will start on October 24th. There is some kind of magnetism or vibration around them that makes you think: “I bet they depend on things that are really cool.” Writer and filmmaker Aryka Randall is one of them. The latest work of “Los Angeles Influencer Handbook” is what she has to do “very cool”.
Randall, a 34-year-old Californian, said that her new web series will be released on her website on October 24, which is definitely a quarantine product.
It’s entertaining and frightening, which can create great material.
In the story, the main character Irene moved from Oklahoma to Los Angeles, hoping to become an influential person after she promised that she would work in the industry like her late mother.
But why should the audience watch it? Randall said: “Simple because it’s great! It’s ridiculous, relevant, eye-opening, and very gay.” Movies are so important to Randall because she thinks representation is important. “Story is important. When reality becomes too much, entertainment is also a good choice.”
When Randall was young, he was interested in who he wanted to be.
She said: “I want to be a pizza delivery guy or a singer on Broadway.” Because of her love of movies, she ended up doing something closer than Broadway, which is the same as the forensic medicine she obtained at McNeese State University in Lake Charles, Louisiana. Psychology degrees are far apart.
She has always liked writing and creating, but it took a long time to realize that she could pursue her own career. After adapting the novel into a web series called Girl Play TV, she became interested in films in her 20s. The series follows a group of gay friends in New Orleans and can be watched on Dailymotion. At the end of his 20s, Randall tried to adapt a series of personal short films to shoot. After that, she was fascinated. She knows that the movie is “her thing” because it makes her happy and sticks to it, no matter how hard it is.
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