I watched this webseries recently and wanted to share it with all of you. It's really interesting, and has some ideas about intellectual property and creativity that we all need to think about. Thank you to this article for my inspiration.
This seems like a simple enough question. What is the worst review a film can get? A bad one, of course. Zero stars. Two thumbs down. Right? Wrong. The worst review a film can get is the one in the middle. The "it's ok" review. Two or three stars. So, why, you might ask is … Continue reading What is the worst review a film can get?
As we are just beginning to finally see the finish line on our short film, "An American Piano", I thought it might be fun to look back on what got all of this started - making the music video for Robyn Loau's "Never Let You Down". There were three location scouts for this project. First, … Continue reading Flashback: Location scouting for Robyn Loau’s “Never Let You Down” music video
Here is a photo of the very handsome lead, Tsuyoshi Kondo as SABURO in Opposites Attract. The short film I was first AD on today. The Writer/Director of this production is Martin Burns, a well-respected actor here in Tokyo, who is starring in another short film "Three Days in Kamakura", which just won an award … Continue reading On the set of “Opposites Attract”
Last week I was on the set of Elegance, a new short film Directed by Daniel Cohn. I was re-united with a number of people from Frankie's music video shoot, so it was great to see them again. On the one hand, it is great to always work with the same people, but it is … Continue reading On the set of “Elegance”
In October 2010, I made the music video for Robyn Loau's single "Never Let You Down". It was my first professional gig as a filmmaker, and I was lucky enough to work with an artist that I have admired and respected for a very long time. So, how did this happen? How did I become only … Continue reading Dangerous Night: The Making of Robyn Loau’s “Never Let You Down” music video