Shades of Vlog

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I did not want to play on the “egomaniac” tilt of the vlogworld and it sounds like I succeeded.

I hope…

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One Sunday

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Just a normal Sunday. so many seemingly simple moments throughout the day. From the guys “scoring” outside to my daughter’s simple expressions. All just moments within a greater whole. I love my Sundays.

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Fast Cuts

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Something I have been guilty of. I just can’t help it sometimes.

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Remix: Buffalo ’66 with Wanda

Remix: Buffalo '66 with Wanda
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Buffalo ’66 and Wanda are two films that contain some of the most resonant scenes in cinema. Buffalo ’66 was directed by Vincent Gallo and released in 1998. It wasn’t a box office hit but was recieved as a great work. Gallo followed this with an absolute disaster of a film, the Brown Bunny, this did not diminish the greatness of Buffalo ’66, if anything, Gallo now just appeared as an arrogant prick. But if you have not seen Buffalo ’66, you got no excuse, it is quite an incredible achievement.

However, if you have not seen Wanda, you have a very good excuse — it is not available on DVD or even VHS (not sure). This is quite tragic. This is a great film, directed by Barbara Loden who would never direct again. Loden was married to director Elia Kazan (On the Waterfront, A Streetcar Named Desire, East of Eden). She had success as an actress but seems to have been stifled as a director by her husband. She died tragically in 1980 at the age of 48. When watching Wanda, it felt like Loden was desperate to say something but had no resources but herself and the camera. This film is being forgotten and doesn’t deserve to be.

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Rick Shapiro and Ducks

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We’ve been working with Rick Shapiro over the last year or so, capturing some great moments from this talented comedian. We’ll be develolping the material over the next several months in various fomats. You can visit his personal site here.

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Dear Stranger scene: Fantasy Lovemaking

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This is a scene from my recently completed short “Dear Stranger” I have blog dedicated for the movie here.

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My Favorite Pastime

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A Glass Wall

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My friend and actress, Lindsey Glass, blows off some steam on improvs.

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My life is hectic and stressful at times. I had to actually think about breathing the other day. But I wouldn’t change a thing, it’s all worth it.

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Been You All Along

A video of me and my wife in a series of photographs growing up beside each other. Yes, it is very cheesy. But what can I say, I am in love and proud of it.

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