Tagged: degree

The Night Of: The Best TV Show of the Year?

By: | Aug 11, 2016

Only five episodes have been released for HBO‘s new crime drama The Night Of and already it has gained audience and critical acclaim. Based on the BBC series Criminal Justice, The Night Of chronicles the investigation and possible prosecution of a young man named Naz who wakes up after a night of drugs and passion to… Read more »

Make Happy: http://blog.uat.edu/blogs/make-happy/

By: | Jun 22, 2016

I remember sitting on the bus in middle school and having my crush shove headphones into my ears. She told me to listen to these songs from a hilarious “guy from YouTube” who sang about love and humor. Little did I know this was my first introduction to comedian/artist Bo Burnham, a young kid who… Read more »

How to Get Selected for a Film Festival

By: | Mar 16, 2016

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… Read more »

Script Writing: how to writ dem words gud

By: | Mar 10, 2016

The backbone of any filmic medium is the script. When I first embarked on my endeavor to make a serious short film, I had no clue whatsoever about the art of script writing. My High School at the time didn’t offer any form of education related to the formatting, grammar and skills needed to write… Read more »

Deadpool: Over R-rated

By: | Feb 18, 2016

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. It was March, 2009 as I sat in my local movie theatre next to my first ever “real” date. She… Read more »