Greece/Denmark: Day Twelve — Travel Day: Paris to San Francisco

The best travel days are those that produce nothing about which to blog! I caught up on my movies: The Great Gatsby, Side Effects, Dead Man Down, The Company You Keep, Stuck in Love, and Gangster Squad. Pleasant flight: Not too hot onboard. AirFrance frequent lightly sautés their passengers. Best of all: 3 warm hand towels with a light lemon… Continue reading

Laughed Out Loud

Now, granted… I have a twisted sense of humor. But there’s nothing like a good jolt of adrenaline to wake you up in the morning, especially after watching a chainsaw horror flick the night before. The last instant of the video is great.  Wonder what happened after the movie stops…  The boys probably called Child and Family Services.  🙂… Continue reading

Gorgeous Cinematography

Be sure to check out the blog post about the movie. It includes more information about the picture and several fantastic stills. And so much a wedding symbolizes. So many questions it tends to raise: What is love? What is faith? It was our hope to explore these themes in a far more dramatically engaging way than we felt possible… Continue reading

You Meet Interesting People

At the master class last Saturday, I saw many bright, creative people.  Jeremy Ian Thomas, the creative director at RawWorks, was among them.  He wrote, along with Robert Lehman, and shot this short, micro budget film ($3.00) that has a compelling message and is really well executed. Vimeo Link and additional info at the RAWworks blog.… Continue reading

It Scared Me to Death!

I vividly remember watching Poltergeist in the theater.  It was terrifying!  I loved it.  I especially liked the psychic, “Run to the light!” I saw the movie again, years later and wondered aloud at what I found so scary about it.  I guess the original was a first for me and I was much younger then. Sadly, Zelda passed away… Continue reading