Friday, February 24, 2006
Thursday, February 23, 2006
The on-line marketing blitz is underway, albeit with some technical difficulties.
Google Video has six of our films up, yet somehow, the "random selection" of thumbnails always chooses the one frame of black when things fade out or in. We'll keep working with them to get some decent thumbnails on there, so we can throw our films into the eyeballs of the window shopping masses. Or if that doesn't work, remove all frames of pure black from everything we do.
There's got to be something symbolic there.
We've also got a new MySpace with very little on it. Films will appear shortly, as soon as we can upload them without receiving "Unknown Errors", or we give up and link them from external sources.
And last but not least there's YouTube. The saving grace of all online filmmaking. Click the link above to view all our films, rate them up, comment, etc.
Any other suggestions on how we can inundate cyberspace with our filmmaking glory? Drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tuesday, February 21, 2006
If you saw me frantically rummaging through other people's belongings after the show last week, rest assured, I am once again calm. After much detective work, I have gone as far as I can go tracking down the person who accidentally took my coat, without crossing the border into stalker territory. But at this point, I realize his coat actually fits me better than my own. Just please don't punch me in the face if you catch me wearing it one day.
Sunday, February 12, 2006
We screened "The Robbery" Saturday night at the Wicked Winter Renaisance Faire and it was fun! I wish we had had some control over the lights but the people present seemed to enjoy what we showed.
The screening was embedded within a set of songs played by the greatest band ever, A Halo Called Fred. Dave Hummel (who played Hugh) and Karen Krause (who played The Teller) were in the house and much fun was had by all.
Special thanks to Jeff Mach for letting us screen these as well as to Tom who lent us his projector and Neil Fein who so kindly ran the sound.
We also showed "Territory" as well as some videos I directed for A Halo Called Fred.
Thursday, February 09, 2006
Here's the email we sent out from to the the Halo list a few hours ago:
The totality of your senses will be engulfed by goodness as you experience the...
It's been a busy night for us. The new, improved website was launched a few hours ago with new features galore. And by "galore" I mean we have more than just a single page now. We've added some new film links, an FAQ page, and officially launched the blog (which you've probably figured out if you're reading this). Definitely more to come in the future. We look forward to any comments or questions anyone might have.
In the meantime, keep checking back here to keep posted on current and future projects, screenings, and events.
And speaking of events...
Friday, February 03, 2006
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Thursday, February 02, 2006
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