In this Dec. 10, 2017 photo,  Lisa Stetler arrives at the LA Premiere of "Ferdinand" at the 20th Century Fox Studio Lot  in Los Angeles.  A big-hearted bull changed Stetler's life. The Waverly native and Abington Heights graduate was a 30-something aspiring writer and struggling film producer in Los Angeles in 1996 when she fell in love with "The Story of Ferdinand." It took nearly 22 years - and 183 rejections - but the journey led her to the Golden Globes in Hollywood, where the film she helped produce, "Ferdinand," was nominated for best animated film and best original song.
In this Dec. 10, 2017 photo, Lisa Stetler arrives at the LA Premiere of "Ferdinand" at the 20th Century Fox Studio Lot in Los Angeles. A big-hearted bull changed Stetler's life. The Waverly native and Abington Heights graduate was a 30-something aspiring writer and struggling film producer in Los Angeles in 1996 when she fell in love with "The Story of Ferdinand." It took nearly 22 years - and 183 rejections - but the journey led her to the Golden Globes in Hollywood, where the film she helped produce, "Ferdinand," was nominated for best animated film and best original song. Photo by Willy Sanjuan
In this Dec. 10, 2017 photo, Lisa Stetler arrives at the LA Premiere of "Ferdinand" at the 20th Century Fox Studio Lot in Los Angeles. A big-hearted bull changed Stetler's life. The Waverly native and Abington Heights graduate was a 30-something aspiring writer and struggling film producer in Los Angeles in 1996 when she fell in love with "The Story of Ferdinand." It took nearly 22 years - and 183 rejections - but the journey led her to the Golden Globes in Hollywood, where the film she helped produce, "Ferdinand," was nominated for best animated film and best original song. Photo by Willy Sanjuan

Local native helped produce Golden Globe-nominated film

January 13, 2018 12:01 AM

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