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My friend Ryan Grassley has outdone himself. First of all, let me just say that Ryan should be working in Hollywood as a voice actor. I have no idea what he’s doing in Panama! Ryan was the star of my short animated film Death Pad. He is Light. Check it out, then keeping reading below. […]
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. […]
You must watch the 1959 French film Hiroshima Mon Amour before you die. That is a direct order. A masterpiece by Alain Resnais, who also directed Night and Fog (1955), Hiroshima Mon Amour helped kick off the French New Wave, and was also famous for being the first film to explore the use of mini-flashbacks, […]
I threw in some good Joseph Campbell and Wachowski brothers quotes so people would listen to me.
Filmed at the Riverwoods in Provo, Utah. Director/DP/Editor: Daniel Bean Music: “Continued Story” by hitomi ©Daniel Bean Films http://www.danielbeanfilms.com *** Happy Holidays! *** Thanks to everyone who has inspired me in 2011. I am blessed beyond measure. May God bless you and may 2012 be your best year ever!
I’ve recently been reading Aristotle’s Poetics, which is considered, along with Lajos Egri’s The Art of Dramatic Writing, the foundation of modern screenplay writing (and dramatic writing in general). The interesting thing about these two books is that on the surface they appear to contradict each other. Aristotle insists that Plot is most important, and […]
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!