This is the official trailer for my first feature film, filmed at the age of 16. This was my first venture into the world of filmmaking, a stupidly ambitious first project: but I wanted to teach myself every single aspect, and therefore, thought the bigger the project; the steeper the learning curve. – I produced the entire thing single handedly (apart from the actors!) – I shot everything in the tight timeframe of a month. – And the entire thing was shot on a budget of nothing! Please help spread the word! ENJOY!
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This is an excerpt from the Nest of Vipers podcast hosted by San Francisco independent filmmaker Danny Plotnick (Swingers’ Serenade, I’m Not Fascinating). Like the unholy coupling of Fresh Air and The Best Damn Sports Show, Nest of Vipers is smart, funny, and irreverent. Each episode features the rantings, ravings and erudite patter of independent musicians, filmmakers, writers and comedians holding court on cultural topics of the utmost importance. Available through iTunes. Episode 12: The Old College Try Lurking in the closet of every artist is a failed project. Some sort of endeavor that should have been great, could have been great, but just flatlined. Performing as the Tin Man on Hollywood Boulevard, trying to launch a play about fruitcakes, trying to impress the wife’s friends with a spooky Halloween spectacle and paying tribute to Abe Lincoln are just some of the tales shared by this weeks guests. Our guests include: Rodney Ascher is a filmmaker and animator extraordinaire. His films include the Jack Chick inspired Titanic and Somebody Goofed. He also helmed a failed VH1 pilot for Gene Simmons. Becky Haycox is a crafter, blogger and theater sporter. She claims to have jumped the rope at the Hollywood Wax Museum and groped Captain Kirk. You should read her blog. Lee Lynch is a filmmaker. His recent feature Transposition of the Great Vessels has been playing the festival circuit for the past year. He is currently finishing a feature length doc on the last wild …
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