“Zola” director Janicza Bravo wish to pay tribute to her ride-or-die: a Toyota Scion. “She took care of me throughout,” Bravo says.
In 2006, Bravo was a younger New York College graduate on lunch break at her retail job — APC within the West Village — when she answered the decision that might change the course of her profession. “I stored getting these calls,” she says. “I believed they have been calls about issues that I wasn’t paying for, so I used to be ignoring them.” Her coworker, who would go on to star in “Pose,” seen that the decision was from an L.A. space code and urged her to choose up. “I answered and came upon that I received this automobile within the sweepstakes,” Bravo says.
She’d been voting for a cinematographer buddy’s quick movie on-line in a contest sponsored by Toyota Scion. Unbeknownst to Bravo, every vote was an entry in a sweepstakes to win a automobile. She didn’t know drive and had 30 days to get her driver’s license in order that she may declare the automobile.
“I went to upstate New York, and I obtained my driver’s license. I ought to have failed, however I cried