Saturday, March 27, 2010
Is all over Project London.
And I'm watching Hide and Creep again. That movie just gets better and better every time I see it.
Jeff Lipsky tells filmmakers what they want to hear: that theatrical distribution is viable for indys. That don't make him wrong, but he do have a dog in the race because producers who believe theatrical is viable will pay him to distribute.
Is it me or does this not seem like a whole lot of revision? Maybe I'm just used to beating up writers so I'm inured to it.
You know what I learned from Hide and Creep? That Southerners can say the word "man" and it doesn't sound ironic or stupid. If you have a Midwest accent (like me) just stop trying.
Tina Tanzer runs from a giant machine (with two different color corrections) in Day 2. That's Ian Hubert's robot and my squirrely composite.