Getting into the film industry is challenging enough without having to deal with all the inflated egos.

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    on Jun 21, 2013
    I had the honor of meeting Rudolf Buitendach and his lovely wife, Suzanna Barnes when they attended the private screening of my short film, ICEVILLE in Los Angeles in December 2012. They had accompanied a mutual friend of ours, Stelio Savante to the...
  • INTERVIEW WITH LAUREL HARRISI was thrilled to recently have the opportunity to interview rising Hollywood star, Laurel Harris, a personal and very special friend of mine. She recently starred opposite Willem Dafoe in a film called ODD THOMASLaurel (left) and myself (right) at a...
  • HAVE A CONTRACTIf there is one thing I have learned in this business of film-making it is the power of having a contract.  Never be tempted to forgo the signed agreement between yourself (the film-maker) and your actors.  Even if you are making your film...
  • SHOOTING GUERRILLA STYLEI recently wrote and directed a short film in Bangkok, guerrilla-style (They Came).  For those of you who don’t know what guerrilla means it’s basically shooting on an ultra-low budget, with limited equipment and a handful of film crew who t...
  • ALWAYS GET THE A-TEAM!I’ve been in the movie business since 1991.  That’s a damn long time when you think about it. That’s 21 years to be exact.  Longer than a lot of my students have even been alive!  Along the way I’ve made many mistakes but also...
  • DIRECTORS & EDITORSSince I’ve recently had some challenges trying to secure a new Editor, I thought I’d share some notes on Director/Editor relationships.Directors often stick with the same Editor their entire careers.  Most Directors will agree that finding a...
    on May 27, 2012
    When you first enter the film and television industry, you may not have decided if this particular industry is definitely for you.  You may want to check it out for a year before making a life-long commitment. And that is fine. But sooner or lat...
    on May 22, 2012
    In our highly competitive industry, professionalism is EVERYTHING!  But it’s something that not everyone has.  I like to surround myself with professional people who know how to get the job done.  Our industry is not a 9 – 5 indust...
    on May 19, 2012
    One thing that a new film-maker should never expect to find out there is a standing ovation.  I have seen many students graduate from film school with a short film under their belts and a pocket full of dreams, hoping to be “discovered” by &...
    on May 8, 2012
    I often see aspiring filmmakers trying to promote themselves with very negative consequences. This industry is ALL about perception.  The faster you learn that, the better your chances of getting somewhere.  When I joined the film industry...
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