Monday, January 30, 2006

Production Life

It's been a while, but I'm finally gearing up for a few productions that I'll be detailing here:

The first is a 4 or 5 minute short I'll be writing and directing, sans sound. Should be interesting, I've never shot without sound. A few people have asked what it's about. I'm kicking around a few ideas, but the one that appeals the most to me is a thriller/horror idea that was inspired by Hostel, a movie I didn't really enjoy.

The second is a more "real" Hollywood production shooting in and around L.A. headed up by a friend of mine, Kit Lubold. Kit, a recent graduate of LMU's Film School, heads up his own entertainment company, Far Beyond Tomorrow Entertainment and I've been waiting for a chance to work with him.

The last production is something I'll be spearheading. It's too big an idea to be open about here, suffice to say if it goes through you'll be hearing PLENTY about it.

Life in L.A. goes on, I keep busy by planning fraternity social events, which is both time consuming and rewarding.

If you haven't had a chance to see Paradise Now, the Golden Globe winning foreign film from Palestine, I suggest you make time. I had the opportunity to see the movie with the director and it is a spectacular look at the tensions between Israel and Palestine. Told through the eyes of a suicide bomber, this film is deserving of every accolade it has received.

More as I head out into the production world...


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