It’s amazing how many Facebook posts I’m seeing today talking about Kickstarter. And how people believe famous – or established professionals – shouldn’t be using it. And it’s getting a little bothersome. So, naturally, I have to weigh in, because… I want to.
November? Really, it’s been that long since I posted anything? And it’s almost May. Well, fortunately I’m back with something new, and hopefully fun. That new thing is a short film. Shot in one day, with a crew of seven people (including me, and the two main actors). Granted, I’ve worked with crews that small before, but, so far this was the most successful effort with me at the helm.
With that said, I wanted to do a walk-through of what it took to make the movie. From idea conception to what I’m doing with it now. There’s some techno-babble in there for those of you that care, and hopefully it’s interesting enough for those that don’t.
Well, hello there. Been a while. Well, let’s not get all teary-eyed and get straight to business, shall we? And that business today is Bond. (Bet you thought I was going to then say, “James Bond,” didn’t you?) In particular, the new Bond movie Skyfall. What is possibly the last 007 movie with Daniel Craig as the lead character, in a weird way, brings the entire franchise full-circle and closes the loop.