I was asked by some good friends to be a guest on a new cooking show called Sci-Fi Dining because of my background in video games. If you ever wanted to learn how to make a portal cake, here’s your chance.
I had the extreme pleasure of working on this series about the goings on in a restroom of a night club. I wrote and directed this episode, which stars Mark Murani and Mark Carducci. Please check it out and head on over to http://theladiesandthegents.com/ to see more of this series.
Now that the first awards show for the International Academy of Web Television has come and gone I wanted to take some time to reflect on how things went. I’ve been a member of the organization for a little over a year, and it’s been great to see the awards show go from an idea to reality. I was not directly involved with the planning of the awards so this is more just my perspective as an IAWTV member and as someone who submitted their show for the awards.
If you’re considering submitting in the future, hopefully this will give you more information about the whole process. I’ve tried to include some advice as well at the end that hopefully some of you will find useful. So jump to the bottom if you’re not interested in hearing about everything else.
Laemmle’s Town Center
17200 Ventura Blvd
Tickets are $11 and can be purchased here:
Last week I produced a pilot for the week long Celebrate the Web pilot contest. It was very similar to the 48 hour film contests we’ve entered before. You have required elements to incorporate into your film and must do all the work within the week long time limit. We created a thriller, called Target Kill, about a man who lost his memories and without his knowledge is programmed to be a killer.
Check out Target Kill here and make sure to vote for your favorite pilot. You can vote once per day until March 26th.
Now you can see the 3rd episode of Hollywood Wasteland in its full 1080p resolution on YouTube. Check it out and be sure to post a comment!
A friend that I had worked with asked me to help light and shoot a commercial he was doing for the Crash the Superbowl contest. He had a great idea, and I think it really turned out well. You can see it here or on YouTube in full HD glory.
Description: Time-traveling robot Synthia tries to convince the roommates of the gravity of her mission and Jeff’s role in saving the future. Meanwhile, rumors of A-list film star Roy Jones’ untimely death may be greatly exaggerated.