Find out more about her film directing by reading
“People on the Bridge”
New experimental film by Beata Pozniak Daniels spans generations, genres, cultures
By Maureen McCabe
Don't miss out on Beata Pozniak Daniels' important event International Women's Day Luncheon:
*Limited Seating Reserve by March 2
Saturday - March 8th, 2014 at 11:30 am
1911 Sunset Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90026
For more information
call: (310) 286 1011
For help with transportation:
call: (213) 891 4517
Meanwhile, Pozniak Daniels' career profile is featured in the new book, Hollywood PL, among a collection of the sagas of Polish immigrants who attainted impressive success in the U.S entertainment industry. Her nostalgic narrative gives an insider's view on the anguishing hindrances of foregoing one's homeland and unique culture. It reveals the willful dedication required to overcome the unending stumbling blocks peculiar to Hollywood's performing arts realm. Her story serves as a guide for aspiring gifted artists to achieve hard earned triumphs in a tough world of formidable competition.
Hollywood PL is a large "coffee table" book with vibrant photos that enhance the poignant true stories making it a conversation piece for people of all ages. Find out more at: http://www.hollywood-pl.com/3917o6uq5osq5sddov9zbhhtj4baw7
Beata Pozniak Daniels also read another 19 hour audiobook for Random House about Catherine The Great! http://www.booksontape.com/book-detail/?id=205586
This is in some way reminiscent of her playing the role of the first female President on the TV series "Babylon 5."
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