Heading to Springfield for a shoot. #Canon5D #chopsbuilding
Same year Vanessa Renwick made The Yodeling Lesson (1998), Miranda July made her own film The Amateurist (1998), with Vanessa as her DP. http://ow.ly/9sxqh
prepping and schlepping and getting ready to capture the awesomeness of @meganleejoy in our short film collaboration in Room 529…tonight!
RT @meganleejoy: In Portland with my love Kylee and just had pre production for wonderful film with @matt61schulte! #creatingart
Talking today w the most awesome small press publisher on the planet about being involved in a Room 529 project.
today begins the campaign for raising funds for my new project CPR, a short film that I will be directing. My friend Kimberly Warner had a great idea and asked me to help her bring it to life.
Our kickstarter link: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/323309941/cpr
Very excited to try out this new crowdfunding concept. 30 days to raise 5K.
Check it out! It’s going to be a beautiful and moving, we hope!
Shooting a short film in October…my good friend, the insanely talented Kimberly Warner has written a very interesting treatment…no dialog…and has asked me to direct/produce. We are waiting to hear if we can use Kickstarter to raise some funds…we have a small budget to start with, hoping to augment…
Here is our tumblr…CPR...with some stills from a test shoot, and some footage I shot as we shot…I edited into a short little tease. It will be a beautiful thing!
Here’s some stills I shot during test shoot….
Kickstarter Meetup in PDX tonight. Who’s going?
Chatroulette is nuts. But, also a new shift in content creation. I have no idea where it could lead, but these little fissures of creativity in coding and concept take content creation and distribution in entirely different and unexpected directions. This crazy site will have a larger impact somehow somewhere…it’s the Wild West out there in the world of content and distribution.
I posted a query about the two services kickstarter and indiegogo a few weeks ago on my blog, wondering which might be a better fit for a new project of mine. I got a lot of responses, both on-line and off….people pointing out the pros and cons, as they say them. Since then, I’ve noticed some of the folks I follow on twitter have opted for one or the other…if you’ve recently started using one of the services…well, how’s it going? What do you think? (I’m looking at you, Trigonis)
Of note, also…this is a topic on a lot of people’s minds. Every day I get a lot of search engine traffic from search terms like “kickstarter indiegogo”….so I know there’s lots of folks out there wondering the same thing.