Tuesday, September 14, 2010


I think I know who to approach for possible corporate underwriting of the film.

Thursday, August 27, 2009

OnSuper8.org & Blip.tv

I've only just started watching onsuper8.org's podcasts, and I've only just joined Blip.tv and learned of the "syndication" feature, so I'm sharing it here, now:

Monday, August 17, 2009

Plenty of room for new documentary filmmakers?

I had assumed that the Documentary Channel offers frequent repeats of monthly features by design, and shows paid programming by necessity, but this story makes me wonder how much room there is for new participants in the area of documentary film. Personally, I have quite a few I want to make, and each of them could be made for around $300, but minimum errors and omissions insurance plans begin around $2500-3000, so I'm a bit stymied in my efforts. I'll still get mine made; I'll just have to take my time doing each one while I must work a real job for a living.

Monday, July 27, 2009

Newest Logo Reel & Taltopia

Newest imprint for film and video introductions:

In other news, I was incentivized by Inbox Dollars to join Taltopia,
which is somewhat similar to TalentTrove but seems more accommodating to actors and dancers. It may prove to be a good resource for filmmakers, too.

Friday, July 17, 2009

Walter Cronkite passes

Walter Cronkite was absolutely seminal in shaping everything I know and expect from broadcast journalism; having already covered the moon landing several months before my birth, Cronkite was most likely the very first nightly news reporter that I remember seeing early in life. This is of particular import to note across my film blogs because of Cronkite's inestimable influence on current professional standards and delivery.

Friday, October 10, 2008

Atari Video Music

I own a vintage Atari Video Music console and I made this demonstration video with the Radio:Tahiti song, "One Step from the End," which may appear in the ANB&B soundtrack because I wrote it. The video looks a little choppy, probably because of frame errors in file conversion, but it's still kind of arty in its own way.

Wednesday, September 03, 2008

RIP Don LaFontaine

As a film fan and filmmaker, I join in mourning the passing of voice-over master Don LaFontaine and I regret that I can't have his voice in my own future trailers.

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