“Good artists copy, great artists steal.” – Pablo Picasso

Hello readers, It's been a while, hasn't it? I've been busy promoting my short film, "An American Piano", which is on the last leg of it's world tour (next stop TIFF Kids 2015). I thought I'd weigh in my thoughts on the ramifications of the "Blurred Lines" case. No, not the issues with it promoting … Continue reading “Good artists copy, great artists steal.” – Pablo Picasso

Songs that will forever be ruined by nostalgia

The reason old nostalgia radio is so addictive to people of a certain age (like me) is because we have so many memories associated with those songs. Even songs that we hated at the time, now come with that same nostalgic ring to it. You can rediscover songs that you forgot, or songs that you … Continue reading Songs that will forever be ruined by nostalgia

Frances (1982) Film Review

Based on the life of Frances Farmer, an actress most famous in the 1930-40's. A smart girl, with leftist leanings who becomes an actress, first on stage, then in Hollywood is catapulted into fame then blacklisted and ultimately put into a mental hospital. The film also delves into her love life, and her family life. … Continue reading Frances (1982) Film Review