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Day 1 of Brian Kazmarck's TERMINAL LEGACY

If you were to ask me what day in the calendar year would be the one where people are least likely to be doing yard work, one of my first guesses would be the day after Memorial Day. I mean, who has that Tuesday off? I've had plenty of jobs where it was strongly implied that "getting sick" on the day after a holiday wasn't exactly going to be taken at face value.

Day 4 of Kris & Lindy Boustedt's THE SUMMER HOME

Assuming you're more or less on schedule, a short day is everyone's favorite day on a film. String enough 14+ hour days together and a 8 hour day sounds like a vacation. Of course, some of the simpler things get a lot trickier, as everyone is a little punch-drunk.

Day 0 of Brian Kazmarck's TERMINAL LEGACY

My phone says I'm supposed to meet Brian Kazmarck at Penn Station in NYC.

VOD, FTW? (Part II)

Not too long ago, I wrote about the process of putting my feature debut on VOD. It's not a bad little blog post, and I encourage you to read it, if for no other reason than for context on this post.

I kind of figured the issue of VOD would be settled for a bit. Dynamo makes a good, clean player. Now all that was left to do was sit back and let the money roll in (right, Sheri Candler?). But it seemed like as soon as I hit "publish", the game changed.

Day 2 of Kris & Lindy Boustedt's THE SUMMER HOME

It's a sunrise call for the first shooting day of THE SUMMER HOME. The first scene, as we saw yesterday, involves a shoot at first light on a dock.

A Visit With Kevin Fox

Maybe because it's I just launched a VOD rental of a film, or maybe it's because VOD was the subject of the recent #filmin140 panel, or maybe it's because it's just a coincidence, but I feel like selling your work has really been the topic of the week. And so it's fitting that I'm writing this from the living room of a filmmaker who's actually having some success selling his work online.

Kind of karmic, if you ask me.

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