Posts Categorized: Film

“Gimme Music, Gimme Shelter” invited back to SF.

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I met Josh Lowman when GMGS screened at the SF Indie Fest. Funny and somehow memorable, the film stayed with Josh and when we was looking for more comedic shorts to round out his self-produced mini-festival, “Shorts and Rock” he thought of me. If you’re in San Fran around June 19th at the Rickshaw Stop, […]

“Safe Passage” World Premier

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This year the Seattle International Film Festival asked myself and two other Seattle-based narrative filmmakers to be a part of the Fly Filmmaking Challenge. Also known as the Fly Films, the challenge supplies the filmmakers with in-kind donations of goods and services that also includes a script, a genre, 7 rolls of film and a […]

Lick a Ninja

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Some of my best ideas are born in bars. Such is the case for the Doritos Superbowl contest this year. The only problem was that our idea was too good. Or maybe too long. Chopping it down to the required :30 proved to be quite difficult, so we recut it… as a two-minute short. This […]

Sunlight Takes a Lap at Lakedance

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My second film “A Night in the Sunlight” is playing three weeks in a row beginning at the Washougal International Film Festival, followed by 1-Reel Film Festival, then finally the 2008 Schweitzer Lakedance Film Festival, September 7-14th.

Sunlight in 1-Reel

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My second film, “A Night in the Sunlight,” will play the 1 Reel Film Festival, a part of Bumbershoot, Seattle’s Music and Arts Festival which annually draws over 150,000 people to the grounds of the Seattle Center to celebrate the arts. Founded in 1995, 1 Reel is a Bumbershoot tradition, and is one of the […]

Going to Washougal. Twice.

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Good news, both of my short films, “Gimme Music, Gimme Shelter” and “A Night in the Sunlight” are headed to southern Washington for the fist ever Washougal International Film Festival. Also known as the “crossroads to discovery,” Washougal is a quiet community on the banks of the Columbia, just a short drive from Portland, Oregon; […]

What Are You Doing on JULY 25th?

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My second short film “A Night in the Sunlight” will be screening publicly—FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER—at Rawstock’s “Light & Dark” event. If you haven’t been to a Rawstock Film Festival before, these are great opportunities to mingle with other filmmakers, actors, cinemafiles, hipsters and hippies but let’s be real… Rawstock is a bitchin’ party. […]

GMGS Goes Abroad!

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We’re going to Korea! Well, figuratively. “Gimme Music, Gimme Shelter” has been accepted to the 4th annual Jecheon International Music & Film Festival August 14th-18th 2008. This marks the first time that any film of mine has played abroad. So, it’s actually kind of a milestone.

Moby, Me & the STIFFy we are about to recieve

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“Gimme Music, Gimme Shelter” will be screening twice during the Seattle True Independent Film Festival. Jewel Box Theatre (at the Rendezvous) Saturday, June 7th @ 4PM Capitol Hill Arts Center (CHAC) Wednesday, June 11th @ 7PM More info here GMGS will screen both times with the feature length documentary “Frank & Cindy.” From the synopsis […]

Who wants a STIFFY?

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The Seattle True Independent Film Festival, or STIFF, as it is more commonly known, has a very interesting mission statement, “As film festivals across the country strive to raise their profile, they continually pass over inventive, risk-taking films so they can give a sneak preview of the new Jennifer Aniston film a week before its […]