Last year, you heard me talk about a short film AK. If you’re curious what’s happened with it since, this blog post is for you. Wanna skip to the end? The long and short of it is this: we’re working on a means to screen the finished piece locally sometime soon. I’ll share more details about that when things are more finalized. What’s AK? AK is the shortened title of the
We’re shooting my new scripted short film “AK” later this month. As I mentioned in previous posts on the blog, the production schedule means things are moving quickly. Lots of good things have happened this week. We had our first table read, worked on costumes, looked at hair and make up, secured locations, created a sound list, and brought some sponsors on board.
If you’re a regular here, you know that I’ve been studying fight scenes this year. The research is the result of working on a new short film, which I wrote and plan to direct in early 2016. I’ve been having a lot of conversations about it and feel very lucky that things are falling into place. We still have a long way to go, though. It’s not enough to say, “I want to
There’s a lot going on right now. It’s kind of tough to go into details on everything: the growth of the TriFilm Society, sharing Brewconomy, rebranding and cutting my reel for freelance work, and raising funds for a new documentary. (Among other things.) But I’d love to share the development of a new film. It’s something I’m working on sporadically but I’m very committed to making, finishing, and sharing with the world. Inspiration
Picture this. Everyone takes their seats. Cell phones are silenced. Lights dim. The film starts. Then, rather magically, a captive theater audience experiences a film together. It’s an under-appreciated thing to experience a movie in a theater. As a filmmaker, I prefer to have a captive theater audience in a theater watching what I’ve helping bring to the screen. Of course. It’s kind of obvious why, right? Shared experiences are
A few filmmakers were on WUNC’s The State of Things yesterday! We were invited to talk about Alice Fest, a festival featuring female filmmakers, and the state of women in film. It was an incredible experience. If you missed the show live, you can listen to the conversation here. The folks at The State of Things do an incredible job. I want to be friends with all of them. We were there
Alice Fest, the film festival celebrating films by women for everyone, will be held in Durham, N.C., this Sunday, March 9th. It is held in March to honor Women’s History Month. Two of my films, Trophy and Landfill Dogs: Behind The Scenes, will screen publicly for the first time at the festival. Last year I attended Alice Fest for the first time. I’m thrilled to return this year with two of my own