From Breakthrough Weekend, new comedy by Sujewa Ekanayake

From Breakthrough Weekend, new comedy by Sujewa Ekanayake
Breathrough Weekend coming June 12, 2017

Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Poetic Realism and a Few Drinks

An article about films of Aki Kaurismaki (whose Leningrad Cowboys Go America I enjoyed) by Adrian Martin. From Poetic Realism and a Few Drinks:

"Kaurismaki has pulled off the hardest homage of all: his model is Robert Bresson, who preached that actors should be used as models, mere figures (Ariel offers the strongest evidence of this influence). But Kaurismaki is a secular, not a mystical Bresson, and he has miraculously reworked his idol’s stern syntax into his own, lyrical language."

Read the rest of the article here.

Thanks GreenCine Daily for the link.

- Sujewa

Fans, Friends & Followers is out


Scott Kirsner's book about building a creative career in the digital age - featuring interviews with 30 artists who are doing it - is out now, get more info. here.

A group of NYC DIY filmmakers discover a new place to screen

Read all about it at One Way Community blog.

Monday, March 30, 2009

State of Film Criticism discussion with Molly Haskell, Michael Sragow, & self at Atlanta Film Festival Sat 4/18

Among other matters, one of the subjects I can introduce to the conversation & get some feedback, perhaps, from Haskell & Sragow is how self-distributing DIY filmmakers should go about securing reviews of their work from established critics & writers (such as the two mentioned - see their mini-bios at the bottom of this post, they've done a lot of interesting work over the years), specially when the films in discussion may not receive a theatrical run & may not benefit from marketing and reviews & other articles arrangement skills (pitching such articles to publications, etc.) of experienced distributors & publicists - a hot topic among some DIY filmmakers I know. Here is the description of the discussion event from the Atlanta Film Festival site:

"Saturday, April 18, 4-5:00PM

The State of Film Criticism: A discussion with Baltimore Sun movie critic Michael Sragow, film scholar Molly Haskell, and blogger Sujewa Ekanayake.

*We encourage you to screen the documentary Indie Film Blogger Road Trip, a film by Sujewa Ekanayake, available online in advance of this conversation on AtlantaFilmFestival.com, courtesy of the filmmaker."

Indie Film Blogger Road Trip is not yet available on the ATL fest site, but should be in a few days, definitely before the event happens on 4/18, as far as I can tell.

On the series that the event is a part of & the location:

"Starbucks Coffeehouse Conversations

Hosted by Starbuck’s at their new location (within walking distance of Landmark Midtown Art Cinema). Friday, April 17-Saturday, April 25 at 4:00 PM, join various filmmakers and other guests for stimulating and informative conversations on the latest film “hot” topics.

Starbucks
931 Monroe Drive
Atlanta,GA 30305"

More on the ATL film fest Coffehouse Conversations here.

About Molly Haskell (from ATLFF site):

"MOLLY HASKELL
Molly Haskell, author and critic, was a long-time staff writer for The Village Voice, New York Magazine and Vogue. She has written for many publications, including The New York Times, Esquire, The Nation, Town & Country, The Guardian UK, The New York Observer and The New York Review of Books. She has served as Artistic Director of the Sarasota French Film Festival, on the selection committee of the New York Film Festival, as Associate Professor of Film at Barnard and as Adjunct Professor of Film at Columbia University. In 2005-2006, she was a host on Turner Classic Movies’ “Essentials.” Her books include From Reverence to Rape: the Treatment of Women in the Movies (1973; revised and reissued in 1989); a memoir, Love and Other Infectious Diseases (1990); and, in 1997, a collection of essays and interviews, Holding My Own in No Man's Land: Women and Men and Films and Feminists. Her newest book, Frankly, My Dear: Gone with the Wind Revisited, will be published by Yale University Press in the Spring of 2009."

About Michael Sragow:

"MICHAEL SRAGOW
Michael Sragow, author of Victor Fleming: An American Movie Master, is the movie critic for the Baltimore Sun and contributes regularly to The New Yorker. He has also written for Salon, The Atlantic Monthly, The New York Times, and Rolling Stone, among many publications. He edited the Library of America’s two volumes of James Agee’s work, as well as Produced and Abandoned: The National Society of Film Critics Write on the Best Films You’ve Never Seen. He lives with his wife, Glenda Hobbs, in Baltimore."

And for anything else regarding the Atlanta Film Festival, go here.

- Sujewa

Quick interview with Beeswax's Andrew Bujalski & Tilly Hatcher

Another item I saw at the ATLFF blog (a quick promo for Beeswax play at ATLFF & a bit about the flick's connection to Atlanta):

10 questions with director Pene Patrick (Playing for Charlie) at Atlanta Film Festival blog

Atlanta Film Festival 2009 will be happening soon (April 16 - 25), so here's a little bit about one of the films - Playing for Charlie - through an interview with its director Pene Patrick (from the ATLFF blog):

"The main character of Playing for Charlie, Tony, is a rugby player, torn between the game and supporting his family, specifically his younger brother Charlie. One could say life is a ruffian's game and the question audiences will most definitely mull over as they watch Playing for Charlie is: Can Tony remain a gentleman? It's not surprising that we have so many sports related films this year, since there's definitely symbolism in the distinctions between sport, where talent is instantly recognizable and rules offer comfort, and life off the field, in which rules seem to shift constantly and talent often goes neglected and undernourished.

Pene Patrick, director - Playing For Charlie

1) If you could describe your film using only 3 words, what would they be?

Heartfelt, Poetic, Uplifting.

2) Where do you see your film in 5 years?

In the homes of every sensitive person on earth."

Read the rest of the interview at the ATLFF blog.

- Sujewa


::

ADVERTISEMENT

Alfonse Maiorino - Italian Genealogy, Public Strategy Group, & more! - http://alfonsemaiorino1.blogspot.com/

Blogger: User Profile: alfonse maiorino
http://www.blogger.com/profile/01850766319936497029

Alfonse Maiorino/Al Maiorino blog -  almaiorino.blogspot.com/

Alfonse Maiorino - Linkedin
http://almaiorino.blogspot.com/2012/04/al-maiorino-linkedin.html


New Projects COMING SOON at:

Alfonse Maiorino blog 2
http://alfonsemaiorino2.blogspot.com/2012/04/blogger-user-profile-alfonse-maiorino.html

Alfonse Maiorino blog 3
http://alfonsemaiorino3.blogspot.com/2012/04/blogger-user-profile-alfonse-maiorino.html

Alfonse Maiorino blog 4
http://alfonsemaiorino4.blogspot.com/2012/04/alfonse-maiorino-blogger-profile.html

Alfonse Maiorino blog 5
http://alfonsemaiorino5.blogspot.com/2012/04/blogger-user-profile-alfonse-maiorino.html

Links at Alfonse Maiorino Blogger Profile page:
http://www.blogger.com/profile/01850766319936497029


::

Saturday, March 28, 2009

Photos from Brooklyn Fantastic production - March '09

Amir Motlagh (lead in Story 1) arrives in NYC from LA after a full day of traveling - around
10 PM at a restaurant in Queens on Wed 3/18

Susan Buice (lead in Story 2) & Amir at rehearsal

Susan at Snack Town in Bed-Stuy, meal break

Ryan Andrew Balas (boom mic) and Richard Buonagurio (audio gear hook up, back up crew) at Snack Town

Amir & Susan at Life Cafe, where many a lunch was eaten by Team BF

Trouble Bears - Sujewa Ekanayake (director) & Susan

Amir looking like a New Yorker, on our way back from B & H Photo on 3/19

Kami Locklear makes it to NYC from Baltimore to act in BF, this is at a Starbucks in Manhattan - near Penn Station, on 3/19

Kami in her character Kelly's outfit

Amir, Susan, Kami, Sujewa after wrapping a scene, about to take off to another location

Sleeping arrangements for out of town cast & crew - space age air mattress technology on right

Ryan rocking the boom mic while the production camera patiently awaits, ready to go

Susan on set for the Croom Lady scene

Ryan, Sujewa, & Rosa Salazar filming the Croom Lady scene

Rosa as Croom Lady

After lunch at a French joint near Williamsburg

A moment that Ryan & Amir are not proud of - enjoying banana splits after a long day's work/walking around in the cold & filming in Manhattan

Ryan & Amir on Amir's character Mike A.'s apartment set




::

ADVERTISEMENT

Alfonse Maiorino - Italian Genealogy, Public Strategy Group, & more! - http://alfonsemaiorino1.blogspot.com/



Alfonse Maiorino - Linkedin


New Projects COMING SOON at:





Links at Alfonse Maiorino Blogger Profile page:


::


Friday, March 27, 2009

"They've got printers in the basement you can use"

This is supposed to be the trailer for a new thriller (or comedy) called After Last Season that cost $5 million to make & will be seeing a "regular-wide" theatrical release this summer (more here at Knox Road). If all that turns out to be true at least the film industry will not have lost the ability to surprise people. The cardboard MRI machine in this trailer reminds me of the time I turned a living room into a diner set using bedsheets for a movie, but unfortunately (or maybe fortunately) that movie did not get a regular theatrical release. Anyway, enjoy the trailer:





::

ADVERTISEMENT

Alfonse Maiorino - Italian Genealogy, Public Strategy Group, & more! - http://alfonsemaiorino1.blogspot.com/

Blogger: User Profile: alfonse maiorino
http://www.blogger.com/profile/01850766319936497029

Alfonse Maiorino/Al Maiorino blog -  almaiorino.blogspot.com/

Alfonse Maiorino - Linkedin
http://almaiorino.blogspot.com/2012/04/al-maiorino-linkedin.html


New Projects COMING SOON at:

Alfonse Maiorino blog 2
http://alfonsemaiorino2.blogspot.com/2012/04/blogger-user-profile-alfonse-maiorino.html

Alfonse Maiorino blog 3
http://alfonsemaiorino3.blogspot.com/2012/04/blogger-user-profile-alfonse-maiorino.html

Alfonse Maiorino blog 4
http://alfonsemaiorino4.blogspot.com/2012/04/alfonse-maiorino-blogger-profile.html

Alfonse Maiorino blog 5
http://alfonsemaiorino5.blogspot.com/2012/04/blogger-user-profile-alfonse-maiorino.html

Links at Alfonse Maiorino Blogger Profile page:
http://www.blogger.com/profile/01850766319936497029


::

Sandcastles webisodes #1 & #2

Director Ryan Andrew Balas is turning his feature Sandcastles into a web series. Check out the first two episodes here.


::

ADVERTISEMENT

Alfonse Maiorino - Italian Genealogy, Public Strategy Group, & more! - http://alfonsemaiorino1.blogspot.com/

Blogger: User Profile: alfonse maiorino
http://www.blogger.com/profile/01850766319936497029

Alfonse Maiorino/Al Maiorino blog -  almaiorino.blogspot.com/

Alfonse Maiorino - Linkedin
http://almaiorino.blogspot.com/2012/04/al-maiorino-linkedin.html


New Projects COMING SOON at:

Alfonse Maiorino blog 2
http://alfonsemaiorino2.blogspot.com/2012/04/blogger-user-profile-alfonse-maiorino.html

Alfonse Maiorino blog 3
http://alfonsemaiorino3.blogspot.com/2012/04/blogger-user-profile-alfonse-maiorino.html

Alfonse Maiorino blog 4
http://alfonsemaiorino4.blogspot.com/2012/04/alfonse-maiorino-blogger-profile.html

Alfonse Maiorino blog 5
http://alfonsemaiorino5.blogspot.com/2012/04/blogger-user-profile-alfonse-maiorino.html

Links at Alfonse Maiorino Blogger Profile page:
http://www.blogger.com/profile/01850766319936497029


::

Time article on Alexander the Last's VOD experiment

Check out the story at Time.

Thanks One Way Community blog for the link.


::

ADVERTISEMENT

Alfonse Maiorino - Italian Genealogy, Public Strategy Group, & more! - http://alfonsemaiorino1.blogspot.com/

Blogger: User Profile: alfonse maiorino
http://www.blogger.com/profile/01850766319936497029

Alfonse Maiorino/Al Maiorino blog -  almaiorino.blogspot.com/

Alfonse Maiorino - Linkedin
http://almaiorino.blogspot.com/2012/04/al-maiorino-linkedin.html


New Projects COMING SOON at:

Alfonse Maiorino blog 2
http://alfonsemaiorino2.blogspot.com/2012/04/blogger-user-profile-alfonse-maiorino.html

Alfonse Maiorino blog 3
http://alfonsemaiorino3.blogspot.com/2012/04/blogger-user-profile-alfonse-maiorino.html

Alfonse Maiorino blog 4
http://alfonsemaiorino4.blogspot.com/2012/04/alfonse-maiorino-blogger-profile.html

Alfonse Maiorino blog 5
http://alfonsemaiorino5.blogspot.com/2012/04/blogger-user-profile-alfonse-maiorino.html

Links at Alfonse Maiorino Blogger Profile page:
http://www.blogger.com/profile/01850766319936497029


::

Thursday, March 26, 2009

30 pages (out of about 90) of Brooklyn Fantastic script filmed

There's going to be 2-3 story lines in Brooklyn Fantastic. The main one is the one starring Susan Buice. Another, smaller, story is the one starring Amir Motlagh. There might be a third small story that ties into the first two, or there may not be, we'll have to see where things are by mid-April. BUT, as of right now, 30 pages out of the ultimately 90 or so pages long script have been filmed (all of the story featuring Amir, most of the one featuring Susan). It's been a largely sleepless, no-time-to-shave, no-time-to-download still photos BUT capturing great performances on the DVX100B in 16 x 9 in 24p few days recently (and shooting stuff in an old fashioned way - locked down on tripod, w/ master shots & coverage, paying endless attention to image quality & sound quality). Big thanks to Susan, Amir, & Ryan Balas & Tambay Obenson (just spent like 10 hours at his apartment today filming 2 scenes) & others (like Richard B. with the audio gear hook up) who've made all the March '09 work on the project possible. Photos soon. Maybe clips & a trailer for BF by the middle of the year or so.

- Sujewa


::

ADVERTISEMENT

Alfonse Maiorino - Italian Genealogy, Public Strategy Group, & more! - http://alfonsemaiorino1.blogspot.com/

Blogger: User Profile: alfonse maiorino
http://www.blogger.com/profile/01850766319936497029

Alfonse Maiorino/Al Maiorino blog -  almaiorino.blogspot.com/

Alfonse Maiorino - Linkedin
http://almaiorino.blogspot.com/2012/04/al-maiorino-linkedin.html


New Projects COMING SOON at:

Alfonse Maiorino blog 2
http://alfonsemaiorino2.blogspot.com/2012/04/blogger-user-profile-alfonse-maiorino.html

Alfonse Maiorino blog 3
http://alfonsemaiorino3.blogspot.com/2012/04/blogger-user-profile-alfonse-maiorino.html

Alfonse Maiorino blog 4
http://alfonsemaiorino4.blogspot.com/2012/04/alfonse-maiorino-blogger-profile.html

Alfonse Maiorino blog 5
http://alfonsemaiorino5.blogspot.com/2012/04/blogger-user-profile-alfonse-maiorino.html

Links at Alfonse Maiorino Blogger Profile page:
http://www.blogger.com/profile/01850766319936497029


::

Saturday, March 21, 2009

Neo-Neo Realism

From an A.O. Scott article in the New York Times magazine (thanks to The Daily for the link):

"But what if, at least some of the time, we feel an urge to escape from escapism? For most of the past decade, magical thinking has been elevated from a diversion to an ideological principle. The benign faith that dreams will come true can be hard to distinguish from the more sinister seduction of believing in lies. To counter the tyranny of fantasy entrenched on Wall Street and in Washington as well as in Hollywood, it seems possible that engagement with the world as it is might reassert itself as an aesthetic strategy. Perhaps it would be worth considering that what we need from movies, in the face of a dismaying and confusing real world, is realism."

Read the rest of the article here.


::

ADVERTISEMENT

Alfonse Maiorino - Italian Genealogy, Public Strategy Group, & more! - http://alfonsemaiorino1.blogspot.com/

Blogger: User Profile: alfonse maiorino
http://www.blogger.com/profile/01850766319936497029

Alfonse Maiorino/Al Maiorino blog -  almaiorino.blogspot.com/

Alfonse Maiorino - Linkedin
http://almaiorino.blogspot.com/2012/04/al-maiorino-linkedin.html


New Projects COMING SOON at:

Alfonse Maiorino blog 2
http://alfonsemaiorino2.blogspot.com/2012/04/blogger-user-profile-alfonse-maiorino.html

Alfonse Maiorino blog 3
http://alfonsemaiorino3.blogspot.com/2012/04/blogger-user-profile-alfonse-maiorino.html

Alfonse Maiorino blog 4
http://alfonsemaiorino4.blogspot.com/2012/04/alfonse-maiorino-blogger-profile.html

Alfonse Maiorino blog 5
http://alfonsemaiorino5.blogspot.com/2012/04/blogger-user-profile-alfonse-maiorino.html

Links at Alfonse Maiorino Blogger Profile page:
http://www.blogger.com/profile/01850766319936497029


::

Thursday, March 19, 2009

Wolves!




::

ADVERTISEMENT

Alfonse Maiorino - Italian Genealogy, Public Strategy Group, & more! - http://alfonsemaiorino1.blogspot.com/

Blogger: User Profile: alfonse maiorino
http://www.blogger.com/profile/01850766319936497029

Alfonse Maiorino/Al Maiorino blog -  almaiorino.blogspot.com/

Alfonse Maiorino - Linkedin
http://almaiorino.blogspot.com/2012/04/al-maiorino-linkedin.html


New Projects COMING SOON at:

Alfonse Maiorino blog 2
http://alfonsemaiorino2.blogspot.com/2012/04/blogger-user-profile-alfonse-maiorino.html

Alfonse Maiorino blog 3
http://alfonsemaiorino3.blogspot.com/2012/04/blogger-user-profile-alfonse-maiorino.html

Alfonse Maiorino blog 4
http://alfonsemaiorino4.blogspot.com/2012/04/alfonse-maiorino-blogger-profile.html

Alfonse Maiorino blog 5
http://alfonsemaiorino5.blogspot.com/2012/04/blogger-user-profile-alfonse-maiorino.html

Links at Alfonse Maiorino Blogger Profile page:
http://www.blogger.com/profile/01850766319936497029


::

Cookies & Cream official trailer

Check it out here.


::

ADVERTISEMENT

Alfonse Maiorino - Italian Genealogy, Public Strategy Group, & more! - http://alfonsemaiorino1.blogspot.com/

Blogger: User Profile: alfonse maiorino
http://www.blogger.com/profile/01850766319936497029

Alfonse Maiorino/Al Maiorino blog -  almaiorino.blogspot.com/

Alfonse Maiorino - Linkedin
http://almaiorino.blogspot.com/2012/04/al-maiorino-linkedin.html


New Projects COMING SOON at:

Alfonse Maiorino blog 2
http://alfonsemaiorino2.blogspot.com/2012/04/blogger-user-profile-alfonse-maiorino.html

Alfonse Maiorino blog 3
http://alfonsemaiorino3.blogspot.com/2012/04/blogger-user-profile-alfonse-maiorino.html

Alfonse Maiorino blog 4
http://alfonsemaiorino4.blogspot.com/2012/04/alfonse-maiorino-blogger-profile.html

Alfonse Maiorino blog 5
http://alfonsemaiorino5.blogspot.com/2012/04/blogger-user-profile-alfonse-maiorino.html

Links at Alfonse Maiorino Blogger Profile page:
http://www.blogger.com/profile/01850766319936497029


::

Monday, March 16, 2009

Link to an image from Susan Buice's new movie Brooklyn Fantastic

Click on the image section above to see the full image from a scene in Brooklyn Fantastic

Photo Copyright 2009 Sujewa Ekanayake/Wild Diner Films


::

ADVERTISEMENT

Alfonse Maiorino - Italian Genealogy, Public Strategy Group, & more! - http://alfonsemaiorino1.blogspot.com/



Alfonse Maiorino - Linkedin


New Projects COMING SOON at:





Links at Alfonse Maiorino Blogger Profile page:


::

Sunday, March 15, 2009




::

ADVERTISEMENT

Alfonse Maiorino - Italian Genealogy, Public Strategy Group, & more! - http://alfonsemaiorino1.blogspot.com/

Blogger: User Profile: alfonse maiorino
http://www.blogger.com/profile/01850766319936497029

Alfonse Maiorino/Al Maiorino blog -  almaiorino.blogspot.com/

Alfonse Maiorino - Linkedin
http://almaiorino.blogspot.com/2012/04/al-maiorino-linkedin.html


New Projects COMING SOON at:

Alfonse Maiorino blog 2
http://alfonsemaiorino2.blogspot.com/2012/04/blogger-user-profile-alfonse-maiorino.html

Alfonse Maiorino blog 3
http://alfonsemaiorino3.blogspot.com/2012/04/blogger-user-profile-alfonse-maiorino.html

Alfonse Maiorino blog 4
http://alfonsemaiorino4.blogspot.com/2012/04/alfonse-maiorino-blogger-profile.html

Alfonse Maiorino blog 5
http://alfonsemaiorino5.blogspot.com/2012/04/blogger-user-profile-alfonse-maiorino.html

Links at Alfonse Maiorino Blogger Profile page:
http://www.blogger.com/profile/01850766319936497029


::

Saturday, March 14, 2009

Faint praise for Alexander the Last in the New York Times (But, critical responses really don't matter to DIY film - or to some DIY films & makers)

But hey, on the bright side - it's The New York Times! :) Check out Manohla Dargis's review of Joe Swanberg's latest Alexander the Last here. From what I've seen in the trailer, the visuals look pretty awesome in Alexander. I skipped Nights & Weekends (looked too raw in several ways), but am somewhat looking forward to checking out Alexander (even if I get bored with the story & the characters - which usually happens with me & Swanberg movies - I hear it was shot in Brooklyn, so that might be interesting to see).

On to somewhat related things: maybe the kind of thing Swanberg is doing is more like blogging, and most film critics & reviewers (and movie watchers, including myself), having grown up in the age of Hollywood & indiewood are not ready/not able to comprehend or appreciate it for what it is - like most critics who complain about bloggers - & critics who want "legitimate art/entertainment in films" that looks & feels like what they/we are used to seeing - & made even more legitimate when the work features name talent or are distributed by known, experienced distribution companies. Most people view DIY film in relation to Hollywood films - with Hollywood films & works closer to that in form, production methods, & distribution as more legitimate & all else as less legitimate - this is a largely useless approach to thinking about & reacting to filmed art/entertainment. It's like saying that McDonald's is more legitimate of a restaurant business than Tastee Diner in Silver Spring, MD because McDonald's makes billions of dollars & is known world wide. Back to something that I've said several times before - all films are legitimate - whether it's The Dark Knight or a film featuring two people talking for an hour and a half in a small room - each offers different things to audience members, that's all.

Perhaps older music reviewers & audiences felt the same way about the initial wave of punk rock (something like "no talent kids making music badly" :) & I am sure definitely hard core punk rock ("no talent kids screaming" :). But, over the years, things changed, punk & hard core created the field of activity that gave rise to indie rock & the whole lifestyle & world view that is pretty much a part of popular entertainment world wide at this point (kind of lifestyle being lead by at least one of the characters in Alexander - being in an indie band, touring - so I hear). So what does all this mean to Swanberg: he is definitely a pioneer. Even though I don't dig a lot of his movies & am at present disappointed a little (alleviated by the Barry Jenkins/Medicine for Melancholy story) that the same career-development breaks most of the "white" Mumblecore directors get don't seem to apply to minority filmmakers who work in a similar style & approach (granted, this is a part of an older & bigger problem than DIY filmmaking or the film business in general, & things are changing as far as equal opportunity/access to coveted jobs/careers goes - Obama is President at the moment for example) - Swanberg's productivity & the ability to ignore critics & keep doing his thing is very impressive. And other DIY filmmakers (Princeton Holt, myself, as mentioned Jenkins, Amir Motlagh - to name just a few) are taking care of the diversity thing, for the moment - when it comes to both ethnic & gender diversity (Ry Russo-Young, Kris Swanberg - just a couple off the top of my head). And the number of those directors are bound to grow in the coming years (quite possibly inspired by Swanberg).

So, ultimately, is what Swanberg is doing good for indie film? Yes, I think so. If nothing else, it will show that there is a possibility - regardless of choice in craftsmanship & story telling style - if you keep at it you might develop a small following & will be able to keep making movies, in a slightly bigger & more refined (from a traditional perspective) scale after a while. This is something that has always been true for DIY filmmakers - before Swanberg Jon Moritsugu was doing the same kind of thing in his own way, plus no doubt dozens of others that maybe even I haven't heard about. But it is always nice to have very visible reminders such as Swanberg's career to remind people exactly how much is possible through DIY filmmaking & a lot of networking.

So, congrats to Swanberg & Team Alexander for getting the movie done & out. Go here to find out about when & where you can see it. When I watch it I am going to approach it with the same expectations I have when I start reading a personal blog - maybe there will be some interesting things in there, related to the life of the author, but I am not gonna be looking for an epic or even entertaining narrative or colorful, well defined characters as I would expect from a traditional novel. And since there is no wrong way to make a movie, it's totally cool that a DIY film is a lot different in what it offers than what a given Hollywood or indiewood movie will offer - whether it works or not for a given audience member will depend on the taste of that audience member.

- Sujewa


::

ADVERTISEMENT

Alfonse Maiorino - Italian Genealogy, Public Strategy Group, & more! - http://alfonsemaiorino1.blogspot.com/

Blogger: User Profile: alfonse maiorino
http://www.blogger.com/profile/01850766319936497029

Alfonse Maiorino/Al Maiorino blog -  almaiorino.blogspot.com/

Alfonse Maiorino - Linkedin
http://almaiorino.blogspot.com/2012/04/al-maiorino-linkedin.html


New Projects COMING SOON at:

Alfonse Maiorino blog 2
http://alfonsemaiorino2.blogspot.com/2012/04/blogger-user-profile-alfonse-maiorino.html

Alfonse Maiorino blog 3
http://alfonsemaiorino3.blogspot.com/2012/04/blogger-user-profile-alfonse-maiorino.html

Alfonse Maiorino blog 4
http://alfonsemaiorino4.blogspot.com/2012/04/alfonse-maiorino-blogger-profile.html

Alfonse Maiorino blog 5
http://alfonsemaiorino5.blogspot.com/2012/04/blogger-user-profile-alfonse-maiorino.html

Links at Alfonse Maiorino Blogger Profile page:
http://www.blogger.com/profile/01850766319936497029


::



BREAKTHROUGH WEEKEND Teaser Trailer

DATE NUMBER ONE on Vimeo VOD

Indie Film Blogger Road Trip

ad - wifi doorbells from rintercom

NEW WiFi Doorbells from Rintercom - amazing deals on a great product


call us for great prices on wifi doorbell intercoms & similar items! we sell wholesale to builders. also retail to individual users.

we have several wifi doorbell intercoms starting at $180. see various products & prices here - http://www.rintercom.com/blank-1

WiFi Doorbell Intercom
Monitor your doorsteps at anytime and anywhere from your smartphone or tablet
Receive Instant Alerts everytime a visitor presses your doorbell
No App charges or monthly maintenance fees
Using the ControlCam App you can see the live feed video and have a two-way conversation as well as recording both videos and photos.
With any electronic lock or magnetic lock you can unlock the door using the App.

more info here - http://www.rintercom.com/

or visit our showroom in brooklyn!

*
similar to skybell wifi doorbell, ring wifi doorbell, door bird wifi doorbells

At DIY Filmmaker Blog's Facebook Page

Followers

BREAKTHROUGH WEEKEND Teaser Trailer on Vimeo

Breakthrough Weekend teaser trailer on YouTube

Good Reads