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no excuse for ignorance about mental health… or anything else

I grew up having to get all my information from books, encyclopedias, magazine articles, or professionals, y’all. And I swear it seems like more people were willing to get up off their booty … Source: no excuse for ignorance about … Continue reading

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priceless article about Old School Sesame Street

Originally posted on trouble doll:
http://www.nytimes.com/2007/11/18/magazine/18wwln-medium-t.html?_r=2&pagewanted=all I asked Carol-Lynn Parente, the executive producer of “Sesame Street,” how exactly the first episodes were unsuitable for toddlers in 2007. She told me about Alistair Cookie and the parody “Monsterpiece Theater.” Alistair Cookie,…

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Orbs: They Are Among Us

In 2008 I began writing “The Orbs,” which would become “Orbs: They Are Among Us.” I was ready to make another feature length film. I had learned from many years of making mistakes and was ready to prove to the … Continue reading

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“Guns, Water & Food: An American Story”

When I was wrapping up “F-3” I realized years have gone by since I’ve made a short film of my own. I made several in school and then I got lost in the bleak world of “F-3” for 8 weird, … Continue reading

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“F-3”

“F-3” (my first feature film) I was approaching 30 years old and living in Las Vegas, NV teaching at The Art Institute. This job was a Godsend at the time since the only work I had before that out there … Continue reading

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“Cancer Dreams”

The time had come for me to create my final piece before graduation, “Cancer Dreams.”  For this film I actually created a making of video that will go into detail of this film’s creation and execution. I was still using … Continue reading

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“F-2”

To me, “Der Wolf” was a prison of the normal, meaning it had a story with a  beginning, middle and end never leaving the audience guessing what was going on. At the time I wanted to break away from what … Continue reading

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