Tagged: film making

Top Movies of the 2016: Heart of a Dog

By: | Aug 4, 2016

2016 has been a fairly decent year for cinema so far. I found it to be particularly strong in the independent cinema front or perhaps my taste is learning more towards more unseen releases. Either way I decided to put together a cliché list of my favorite films that I see throughout the year. Below is… Read more »

Squarespace: Be a square!

By: | Jul 7, 2016

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. WordPress was… Read more »

152 Days of Summer: From AUS to AZ

By: | Jun 15, 2016

I’ve never been a huge fan of the heat, which is ironic because I have lived in two places that are known for their high temperatures. I always preferred being able to put lays on as opposed to wanting to peel my own skin off and lay on a bed of ice. Coming all the… Read more »

Kill Bill or: How I Learned That I Wanted To Be A Filmmaker

By: | Mar 3, 2016

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. I remember being at my Grandmother’s house when my sister… 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 »