Yes, this is unbelievably late. Sorry about that. been busy with other projects. The following are some videos I worked on during December. There are 3 videos: Gnorb and the Christmas Dice (Long): 3 minute video I did with my niece and her friend. Gnorb and the Christmas Dice (Short): 30 second version of the… Read more Christmas Videos: Story Dice (and What Wicked Window Got for Christmas)
New video time! In this Halloween short, the White Rabbit meets Alice for the first and last time. But don’t get ahead of yourself: the end is the beginning is the end. While I wrote the screenplay for this, the fact is that this piece was a team effort by Wicked Window Productions. They gave me… Read more Alice: A Dark Tale
I’ve been busy these past few months learning about filmmaking, especially the writing side of things, but also about the audio recording/sound mixing side. Most of that learning came via Wicked Window Productions‘s latest film, Resurgence. This was presented at the 2013 Action Film Challenge. It’s about 15 minutes long, and received nominations for Best Actress,… Read more New Film: Resurgence
Over the past few years, I’ve made it a point to learn how to write scripts. Like with any new endeavor, my first tries weren’t anything to brag about. But, anything worth doing is worth doing badly until you can do it well, and while I still have a long way to go, I’m finally… Read more My First Film Script! (A Commercial for NX Grind, an Internet Music Station)
Vexille has what is easily one of the best story lines of any sci-fi recently. If you’re into science fiction movies you owe it to yourself to watch this. A bit slow at times, I’ll admit, but overall great and thought provoking. (Just try to look past the fact that it’s a CGI anime, if… Read more Stuff to Watch: Vexille
Behold, the power of the Internet! Two-hundred thousand years of human evolution and technological revolution, all so we can laugh at a kitten going buck-wild on a laptop.
This is a follow up to a previous post about the matter. Probably the most studied war today, World War II still holds us in fascination over the immensity of the odds at stake, the fairy tale like themes of good versus evil, and as an example of the lengths we will go to in… Read more Hiroshima: What Was it Like?
If I had one of those “mood” icons next to my post, today’s mood would be “urgh”. Ever heard the saying “good things and bad things all come in threes”? I honestly pray the saying holds true. Yesterday, three bad things happened, all of which made the prison of my mind into a very uncomfortable… Read more I’m in Ur Luckz, Counting to 3
As if on queue, last night I happened accross a copy of The God Delusion by evolutionary biologist and outspoken critic of religion Richard Dawkins. Having first heard of him during some conversations at BetterHumans, and having first heard him speak at the TED conference, I have since then began to grow curious regarding this… Read more Richard Dawkins Interviews and Comments
This is a trailer for the Dixie Chicks’ new documentary, Shut Up & Sing, which chronicles the hostile and sometimes threatening conduct directed towards the Dixie Chicks after one of the group’s members criticized President Bush during a 2003 concert. It even features John McCain at his best. (You know, when he still had a… Read more Dixie Chicks: Shut Up & Sing