Archive for August, 2007

28
Aug
07

Prom Queen

Two high school girls discover the perfect diet…but at such a cost! Dark and funny, it goes where you least expect it to go.

This is the first movie I made, co-directed by Matt Brown. We had a blast and learned a lot in one weekend. This ain’t for the faint of heart, but I think it’s funny as hell.

Please note, no infants were harmed during the making of this film. Let me know what you think.

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22
Aug
07

testing two

well, this could turn out to be an interesting outlet for warming up the juices in the morning. the creative ones, i mean. what is up with deniro as the gay pirate in startdust, half of the time he’s phoning it in and the other half he’s great because despite the fact that he’s phoning it in, he is still a gay pirate dressing up in ladies undergarments. glad he took the part since its not something i think he might normally do, but not all that satisfying.
this piece of exquisite art is by my sister in law tara, a cutout that houses tiny universes of silent curiouslity and secrets. i love it.
Cut out by my sister in law Tara

still getting the hang of blogging, does it just mean that i can pontificate or run on endlessly, like chatting about my lunch of cottage cheese and dried fibre yesterday, does that qualify as a blog? or should i write pithy self contained snppets, movie reviews, comments about herr bush, thoughts about theatre…im guessing a little of everything. but who reads this stuff? who even knows I am here, yelling into the wilderness? who cares?

hmmmmmmm

21
Aug
07

rainy daze

david-at-sdmanor.jpglast summer at the world premiere of HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL, my stage adapation, up at Stage Door Manor. On my left is Bryan Louiselle, my brilliant partner, who adapted the score and wrote two new songs.

09
Aug
07

Wish Fulfillment

Ten variations on a Son coming out to his Father.

This is the second film I made with Matt Brown and Hot Pink Tux. This time we had two cameras and shot over several weekends in multiple locations. Our two actors, Bobby Funaro and Tim Eulich, were fantastic to work with. They worked wonderfully together, especially considering the intensity of some of the scenes.
Hope you enjoy. Let me know what you think.




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