Being a NON-NATIVE speaker is an ADVANTAGE | Interview with an OSCAR winning producer

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Should you let your English stop you?

Rotem Alima, an Academy Award-winning film and television producer, thinks that’s the last thing you should do.

She also didn’t let the fact that she’s a brown, immigrant woman stop her from succeeding in the demanding Hollywood film and TV industry.

For International Women’s day, Rotem shares with us her story of how she moved from being insecure and ready to give up on her dream of becoming a Hollywood producer, to finding her voice and her power. And that's a great reminder of how everything’s possible.

She will also share incredible insights on how to find the advantages of being a non-native speaker.

Continue celebrating #InternationalWomensDay with us in a week of live interviews on my Instagram account @hadar.accentsway.

Rotem Alima is an Academy Award-winning film and television producer and a Forbes '30 Under 30′ Honoree from Israel, based in Los Angeles. During her career she has worked with large international brands, popular TV channels, as well as the highest government offices in Israel.

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2 Comments on “Being a NON-NATIVE speaker is an ADVANTAGE | Interview with an OSCAR winning producer”

  1. Dear Hadar ! It’s always amazing to read or to hear about that someone could accomplish her/his dreams transpiring from her/his talents. Particularly, if that accomplishment one has to be struggle for against odd circumstances. Of course, I appreciate fair, hard struggling and right winning though I’m not aggressive. At least, as far as I know myself. Anyhow, as I had experienced by myself and I have read about a lot, America is a country where fair straggling is highly appreciated. Well, if it is really fair. I myself would appreciate the idea if someone’s talents were helped to blossom by the environment. In any case, the human talent is a very sensitive, precious flower. It certainly needs caring, supporting to get it blooming. We have no idea how many human talents perished by a disadvantageous environment. My true congratulation to you and to your friend.

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