Just got word back from the Long Island International Film Expo that they have accepted my short film The Lover! The film follows Charlie as he does what any red-blooded male would do after a bad breakup…stalk his ex and her new boyfriend. It will be playing on Sunday July 10th opening the 7PM film […]
Archive for April, 2011
Draft of a new poster for our film, courtesy of the director. Stay tuned for our screening date!
Today the Worlds Best Dad crew got some great news. Rooftop Films is including our lil flick into their 2011 Summer Series! No date has been set yet, as we’ve just heard this news about ten minutes ago. BUT rest assured an audience will be able to see the film for the first time ever […]
There is very little backstory to this, but it’s amazing none the less. Apparently an Arri Alexa was horribly burned in a fire, but what would kill most cameras would not kill the Alexa. They pried off the melted lens mount, found the sensor intact, attached a battery cable and a new lens and the […]
Sidney Lumet passed away today at the age of 86. More amazing than how prolific he was, is the fact that his filmography is so varied. From his first film Twelve Angry men, to Serpico, Dog Day Afternoon, the amazing Network, to his last Before the Devil Knows You’re Dead. Any director would be lucky […]
Check out these amazing pictures from Egypt around the turn of the century.
Shot a short test with Jay Glucksman on the way to dinner down the block tonite. Run and gun with a shoulder mount on this rig is no bueno, I’m very very glad that the next project I’m using this on is all locked down shooting…it’s hard enough getting proper focus with sticks! Will try […]
Hey all, So one of my buddies took our drunken conversation to the next level, and actually followed through with plans made after many cocktails and launched First Strike Reviews Basically we were just talking about how crappy and tired most films these days are, and how you can figure out the entire film, plot […]