We all have them. Dreams.
And here at TangoDiva, we love celebrating women who have dreams – and doing all that we can to make their dreams come true. Because when their dreams come true, it gives us hope that our dreams can come true as well.
Talking about hope…
Brooke Emery & Lee Scharfstein (B.Unlimited Productions) optioned a wonderful debut novel written by Heather Strang in February and they just launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise $30,000!! They will use these funds for script development, casting & the creation of marketing collateral – all of which will be used to secure production financing.
About these amazing ladies…
Spiritual entrepreneur Brooke Emery, founder of B. Unlimited Productions, is a Possibility Synergist and Certified Strategic Attraction Coach. She is the Executive Producer for the film “The Quest,” based on the novel by Heather Strang.
As a Possibility Synergist, Brooke’s true gift is her wide-angle vision of possibility that removes blind spots and reveals opportunities for her partners. She partners with and matches up spiritually minded entrepreneurs, Internet marketing mavens, and creative thinkers, to cross-pollinate and promote progressive joint ventures.
Forbes recognized Brooke as a natural connector who has a “jelly bean jar” of creatively brilliant people in her life. She recently handled the joint ventures for “The Art of Success II” program by David Neagle, the Million Dollar Income Acceleration mentor to Ali Brown, Fabienne Fredrickson, and Suzanne Evans, among other entrepreneurs and personal development leaders.
Heather Strang is the author of The Quest: A Tale of Desire & Magic, Anatomy of the Heart: Love Poems, and the upcoming sequel to The Quest, Following Bliss. She is a Certified BodyTalk Practitioner and Shambhala Multidimensional Reiki healer, and became interested in holistic healthcare after utilizing energy medicine to heal herself. Heather currently merges her passion for love and healing by working with individuals one-on-one, facilitating a host of courses and healing circles. She holds a BS in Liberal Studies with an emphasis in English and Women’s Studies from Portland State University, and graduated Summa Cum Laude. When she’s not engaged in some form of work-play, you’ll find her meditating in her pajamas, dancing down the aisles of the grocery store, and/or exploring the possibilities of the Universe through books and travel.
The Project: It’s a feature film based on a novel called “The Quest: A Tale of Desire and Magic” by Heather Strang. “In a spiritually bankrupt world, this film will reignite your faith that happily ever after and hot sex are possible…
The Story: The Quest delves into the core of one woman’s search for great love. The story follows Kathryn throughout rainy Portland, OR as she attempts to capture what she desires most, while avoiding the treacherous pitfalls of self-sabotage.
Theme: The Quest Film is a romantic dramedy (a “real life” journey) that explores love, relationships, sex and the cultural pitfalls of society that have taken its toll on marriage and twisted into knots what it means to be “in love” or in a “relationship”.