New horror project: more feedback

Well, it’s been a while since this series has been updated. We’ve had a series of illnesses, a wake to attend, a short road trip (to attend said wake and then to forget about said wake), some storyboards for a music video to get done, and on and on. But now we’re back at it. […]

The logline affect… er, effect

Just got this lowdown in my email on a film from the upcoming New York International Independent Film & Video Festival. It’s About Time When the Earth’s Atomic Clock is altered by one second, three friends must deal with the unexpected affect it has on their lives. Directed by Kevin Shinick (Writer/Director/Actor, Without A Trace, […]

DF Indie Studios – dedicated to production & distribution of indie films

Good news in tough economic times… an exciting new studio is launching in NY, with a stack o’ cash and a distribution network in place. Is this the best time to launch? Or the worst? And what does it mean for screenwriters who aren’t attached to a production company? A quick look at the “Greenlight […]

Why Zhura isn't perfect

(Follow up post here…) As you may recall, my writing partner and I are using the online script writing collaboration tool “Zhura.com“. We usually use Final Draft, but wanted something that was web based, would allow us both remote access to the script, and preferably simultaneous access for true collaboration. We looked at a number […]

Yes, I know what genre it is.

Success! Acting class today. Had a scene from True Crime, in which I played Eastwood’s part, Steve Everett. Had the script for a week or more to work the lines, but only practiced with my partner Chelsea in the hallway for 20 minutes. Nevertheless, we (as Randy Jackson would say) “worked it out, dog.” Scene […]