Heya Just wanted to share the cover art for the DVD. I re-cut the film this week, just added a couple of re-shot inserts for clarity and created a real opening title and credits. Nothing major has changed. You can view the re-cut version of the film here. Advertisements
The soup recipe that rocked!
The film is now online for voting. Please go HERE and click the red VOTE button. It will only register one vote per IP address. Share share share with your friends, on facebook, twitter, tumblr, etc. If we get enough votes, our film will go to the grand juror and be eligible for the grand
These are screencaps from the actual film. I will have real production stills up soon, courtesy of my Stills Photographer.
Its ‘Bloodshots Eve’ and its been quite a week of prep! Although the film itself is made in just 48 hours, the prep involved in it is the same as with any regular short film: Casting (harder even because you don’t know what the roles will be), crewing, booking gear, sourcing props and locations that
I am uber stoked to be participating in Bloodshots again this year. I last participated in 2007, when I produced the film “The Phantom Mummy” for which we won Best Costume for our Mummy character. This year I have assembled a downright fantastic team of actors and crew to help me bring another scary story
Indie/Post-Film School Industry Reflections part 1 This is the first in a series about my experiences as a film school grad trying to network, build my resume, make films without the resources of a film school behind me, get my films shown, etc. I hope those of you reading find it helpful or at least
It has been awhile since my last post and I have no excuses really. I have added lots of new content to the website but I have not really had much to blog about. After doing Noirfest, I went on to participate in the Whistler 72hr filmmaker showdown. It was a great experience, and a