Bringing these back by request and because I had so much fun doing them the last two times! Get EYE’D for the Holidays! Help support indie-film. Thank you! Click HERE for info Advertisements Continue reading Get EYE’d for the Holidays!
The Wizard of Oz (1939) is the film that made me want to be a movie director. Growing up in the 1970’s I waited every year for one of three networks to air it at Thanksgiving. And every year, its characters, colors, and journey mesmerized me – they still do. So much of its influence … Continue reading Oz Photo Series
“The painter has the Universe in his mind and hands.” – Leonardo DaVinci “I know nothing of any certainty, but the sight of the stars makes me dream.” – Vincent VanGogh “When film is not document, it is dream.” – Ingmar Bergman (photo by Lisa Stock, all elements are my own) Continue reading September Stars
“There is no real ending. It’s just the place where you stop the story.” – Frank Herbert As with many filmmakers, the closing shot is my final chance to engage the imagination of the viewer and ask them to carry the story on after the film fades to black. Film is collaborative in expecting the … Continue reading A Few Parting Words
“Letter 172 – As I Lay dreaming Montezuma walked with me to the mouth of the Layou River. I looked out at the sea and said someone once told me that the waves are saying this: ‘What are your dreams? What are your dreams? What are your dreams?’ ‘That may be true,’ Montezuma replied, ‘but … Continue reading Remember Your Dreams