We hit our goal on the Kickstarter campaign. I’m in shock, speechless, and relieved. I just wanted to thank everyone who contributed, shared the campaign and advocated for this project. And for me in general. I’m beyond belief. But, I just want to assure you this journey is only just beginning. From here (actually just…
Posts from: April 2014
It’s that time of year… Film Festivals.
So, there’s these three short films that I have kind of just sitting around. I’ve decided that before they gather too much dust, I’m going to enter them into some film festivals. Why I’m announcing that is, because during this time they’ll have to go offline – or more specifically, be made private. So, really…
Adapting A Public Domain Story For A Short Film
Creating a script is hard enough, creating one based off an already established story has both its benefits and challenges. From questions of how loyal do you remain to the story, to what do you change to make it A)filmable, and B) your own story, adapting a short story into a film takes more…
A Week of Running A Kickstarter Campaign
There’s always lessons to learn from doing something like running a Kickstarter campaign. And with us being a week into it (with a little over two to go), the lessons are piling up. So, I just wanted to go over a couple things that I’ve been surprised by and stuff I wish I’d done differently.
Kickstarter Campaign for new short film
Over the past year, I’ve been pretty busy. Three short films, a couple documentary shorts, PSAs, and a full-time job that isn’t quite related to any this artsy stuff. And now, 2014 is looking to be as challenging. The first step is in my new short film, Theoxenia.