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It’s not without irony that I find myself, in the midst of making a film about existential crisis, in an “edit-stential crisis.” I’ve got about 5 or 6 versions edited, all of which I like, but I can’t decide which route I want to go. It’s a real Kierkegaardian Either/Or dilemma. Predestination explores the concepts […]
Just got back from Porto Alegre, Brazil, and shot a short film while I was down there, with Antônio Nunes as D.P. (“Tonhow” was also D.P. on Brains Vs. Brawn). This time Idecided to storyboard the short film, which turned out to be a smart move. I was running here and there and everywhere in […]
Here is one page of the storyboard:
1,000 true Fans I’ve recently been doing some studying on fans. Here’s what it boils down to: for you to make a living as an artist, you really only need 1,000 true fans. What is a true fan, you ask? Someone who, every time you come out with a new work of art, purchases it. […]
(I made this video to make you jealous because you are not here)
The campaign to fund the film Chariot Men is now live on Catarse, Brazil’s premiere crowdfunding site! More info later, for now, check it out here!
A few weeks ago I was visiting my brother Miles, who lives in Teresópolis, about an hour north of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Back in January, Teresópolis was hit by the one of the worst natural disasters ever to hit Brazil. Floods and mudslides left over 1,000 people dead or missing. Homes were completely destroyed and people […]