What's up all my dudes and dudettes! So it's been a while since I've talked about my Nintendo Switch so I figured I update you on how I like the system and the different games I've been playing on the Switch.
This is the beginning of my blog series, titled 'Gaming Passion Series' or GPS for short. Hopefully, each one of these discussions will spark some interest, inspire ideas, or simply fight off your boredom. So, let's get this started.
What's up all my dudes and dudettes! So I don't know about you guys, but I was watching E3 this last week and I have to say I loved it! The shows that were put on were really on point! The one that really stuck out to me though was the Nintendo presentation. The games and news that they came to the stage with completely blew me away!
Whats up all my dudes and dudettes! We back at it again with a blog about something. I not to sure again what to talk about so I'll probably just ramble about another Kickstarter. The Kickstarter today is called the Jelly, The Smallest 4G Smartphone. Its a hella cool since you can use it as a second phone or as a work phone.
When I first got into filmmaking and started working on more projects, I found that people would often request to see my work. For the most part Youtube was a fine display platform, but I soon starting creating things that weren’t necessarily 100% film related and so I looked into creating my own website.
One of the most common questions I get asked when I meet other college filmmakers is; how do I get a film into a film festival? Often most filmmakers have had experience making short films, yet none have been shown or found the resources to get those films into the public eye. Now obviously getting into a film festival is only important if you want it to be and in my mind, you shouldn’t make films that seek the validation of others. There are plenty of other online options in terms of getting your film seen, however the great thing about festivals is that there is a chance to possibly win awards (and money to fund your next project) and gain real time audience feedback. These things will help you grow as a filmmaker and that in of itself is invaluable.
I was never allowed to watch violent movies as a child. My mother did such a good job scaring me away from them that when my friends would ask to watch Child's Play at a sleepover, I would lie and say I’d already seen in it.
Before you read this blog post I would to like preface it by saying that I am in no way a music video expert, instead this blog looks like explore why the format of music videos is appealing to me.
When I first got into film making, there were two things I wanted to direct: a film based on the popular video game franchise Half Life and an adaption of forth wall breaking comic Deadpool.