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Over the last couple of weeks I’ve been working on a short mood film with the intention of showcasing it to a number of producers and investors as part of the development process for my upcoming feature film, titled ‘Ivy’. As of yesterday, this no-budget project is now complete and I am thrilled to share it […]Read more →
UPDATE: “The Mechanic” just got through round 1 of Project Greenlight and is now in the running! Wish me luck…. A few days ago I wrote an article on why I chose to shoot my latest short film on the C100, while I own and have access to many other cameras (including RED EPIC and […]Read more →
Before committing to shoot a feature film by the end of this year, I wanted to shoot a couple of quick and dirty short films to do some creative and technical tests. One of these test projects was a no-budget ultra short film that takes a minimalistic look at a young model on her first […]Read more →
A few months back I decided to make a short film called ‘Brother Sister’ that was loosely based around two characters that I wrote into a feature film of the same name. While there were many differences in story and style between the feature script and the short film that I eventually made, the short […]Read more →
Last week I wrote an article about BitTorrent’s new platform called ‘Bundles’ and how it’s changing the face of self distribution for independent films. If you haven’t checked it out, be sure to give it a read here. In a nutshell though, Bundles is a new platform that lets artists legally share their work through […]Read more →
First off, I would like to thank FCP.co for kindly sharing this article on their site this week. If you haven’t already checked them out, they are an excellent resource for post production news, tutorials and stories, specifically as they pertain to FCP X. Before you jump into the article, feel free to take a […]Read more →
I just finished post production on a music video for I directed for “The Jessica Stuart Few”. The video was shot in one day earlier this month with a RED Scarlet and a skeleton crew. The Scarlet was a great little camera – really a lot like the Epic but without all the bells and […]Read more →
Going into production on my second feature film “Splitting Bethany”, I had a tough time deciding which camera to use. Unlike my previous feature “Footsteps” which was shot on RED MX, on this film I did not have a dedicated cinematographer and I decided to DP the film myself. This was an amazing experience as […]Read more →
I am in the final stages of post production right now for my upcoming feature film – Splitting Bethany. The film follows the life of Jack Anderson, a recovering addict as he struggles through a failing marriage and pregnancy with his wife Bethany who suffers from severe borderline personality disorder. The film was in 14 […]Read more →
I am currently in production for my second feature film titled Split. The film focuses on the dissolution of a marriage between Jack, a recovering alcoholic who lost his first wife in a drunk driving accident, and Bethany his new wife – who suffers from Borderline personality disorder. Unlike my first feature (Footsteps) which was […]Read more →
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