At certain pivot points of my life in acting, I’ve needed a hobby where I didn’t have to perform. For me, decoupage has been a place to exercise my right brain, create and decompress without feeling the need to “do it right” or impress. I’ve done a few good pieces over the years, including aContinue reading “A Little Glue, A Little Paper, A Lot of Insight”
Development hell refers to the often chaotic, messy, frustrating business of getting a script ready to go into pre-production. No script comes to a producer perfect and camera ready.
We’ve all had blocks. We’ve all been stuck. We’ve all had that same issue come back over and over again and smack us in the face (or rear).
Today, I had the privilege of emailing back and forth Dr. Diane Dusick of the Inland Empire Media Academy, regarding their upcoming film festival. This year will be the third year in a row that I’ve been a judge of their student film festival. I think student films are vitally important to the future ofContinue reading “Why I Support Student Filmmakers”