Tonight is Tape Recorder’s premiere. Thanks to everyone who helped make the film and get us here. I am so grateful. (Plus we had a lot of fun along the way!)
I’m told a few tickets are still available but they’re expecting a sell-out, so act fast. Tickets are available at the SIFF Box Office: (Direct link for ShortsFest Closing Night screening, including Tape Recorder.)
I will be doing a Q&A along with most of the team. See you there!
I’m thrilled to announce that my new short film, Tape Recorder starring Basil Harris and Alycia Delmore will premiere as an Official Selection at the Seattle International Film Festival in May 2014. Specifically, it will be screening Memorial Day, May 26th at 6:30PM as part of the SIFF ShortsFest Closing Night screening. Tickets are available at the SIFF.net Box Office. It’s going to be a great show and to me watching new independent films is really best enjoyed with a crowd so I really hope you can make it. Buy your tickets early, since it’s sure to be a sell-out crowd. I am certainly planning to attend and speak after the screening and I expect the film’s cast and crew will be there too. (continue reading…)
Well, it’s late May in Seattle, and that means it’s time for the Seattle International Film Festival. And that means you can come hear me talk about filmmaking type stuff.
I’ll be speaking on two panels this year—the short film panel and a panel on web series and such. Come on down. It’ll be like the blog, but with that extra uncensored live-event goodness, I try to shake these panels up, so it should be a good ol’ time. I’m bound and determined to make the Short Film panel very different from those I’ve been on before thanks to my Open Source Short Film Business Plan that I’ll be happy to discuss if anyone is interested.
Here’s the deets:
Friday, May 24, 2013 4:30P-6:00P SIFF Film Center
Come hear me talk about short films and what to do with them with filmmaker pals Lindy & Kris Boustedt and moderator Chris Hammersly. Tall filmmakers also welcome. Drinking optional but encouraged.
Saturday, June 1 10:30A-noon SIFF Film Center
I’ll be chatting with Darlene Sellers (Chop Socky Boom), Matt Vancil (Journey Quest), Vanessa Driveness, and Amy Lillard, moderated by Zombie Orpheus Entertainment’s Tony Becerra. That’s a pretty awesome representation of Seattle’s mighty web series machine. I’ll probably learn more than I teach. (This is not a happy hour event, so any drinking should be done ahead of time.)