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Updates [09.03.02009]

Monday, March 9th, 2009

I’ve updated my Reel and Resume to reflect some recent, and not so recent work. Thanks to Shan Huang and Garret Harkawik for finally taking some responsibility! The reel still doesn’t include my most recent work on Night Rituals, Cruel Summer and Never Meet Again, but at least it’s no longer a total piece of shit.

I before E except after C.



Tuesday, January 6th, 2009

Just finished shooting “Night Rituals” for Andrew Gitomer. Pins on needles (as always) until the film comes back from the lab. I honestly think it’s going to be some of my best work yet. Andy’s script is probably one of the best student films I’ve read. I really feel like this is the movie he’s supposed to make, and I’m glad I was able to help. The film stars Hannah Bailey, of American Teen (in)fame, who really lights up a screen (actually, I lit up the screen, but she makes a great subject.) She’s a good actress, and I hope to see her in other roles, as long as she doesn’t abandon her own films for it.

I keep working on movies that have this very meta feel to them. Layers upon layers. “Film is a social documentary.” Etc.

The most interesting thing about making a movie is making the movie.

I start Shan Huang’s new film “Cruel Summer” on Thursday. Her last film (which I also worked on) is phenomenal. Her new script surpasses it. Very excited. Wish I had some production stills to share from this last week… but I don’t.

After all, it’s a new year?