The lucky winner will get to prance down the Red Carpet with me (photographers! paparazzi! none of whom will know who the hell we are because they all want photos of movie stars), eat whatever they serve for lunch, drink the booze that inevitably flows freely and at film events (I personally don't drink, so if you're sober at least you'll have me to talk to), clap politely, and listen to me yak on and on about copyright reform and freedom of speech. Optional: pick me up from my friends' house in Glendale (because I don't drive - I'm a New Yorker!) and enjoy VIP valet parking!I doubt Paley will raise the $50,000 she says the publishers are demanding for use of their songs. But at least she now seems to recognize that if she wants to use others' music in her film, she has to earn an honest buck, and take out her checkbook. Good for her, and good luck.