folling his dreams
Photo by Special to the Sentinel

Daniel Ford, a Central High School grad, is seen on the set of a short film shot in L.A. in 2014.

‘Following his dreams’

No cell phones. Director Quentin Tarantino was adamant about it, so Daniel Ford didn’t have the chance to take pictures of his whirlwind day as a production assistant for the movie “The Hateful Eight” being filmed in the Telluride area.

All Ford received from the 18 1/2-hour workday were a nominal paycheck and stories of what he saw, and that was fine because the chance to tell stories was the overriding reason the 2005 Central High School graduate went into the entertainment industry anyway.

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