Very happy and proud to have been part of such an amazing cast and crew. ‘Jamie Marks is Dead’ is Sundance bound. And congrats to all my fellow filmmakers that made it as well, we’ll see you out West.
Hey there —
Cool blog! As an AD, I thought you (or your readers) may be interested in the opportunity to win a freshly minted GoldFold. There aren’t any tricks or catches really, just having some fun before the holidays, and with a classic prize for aspiring assistant directors.
Contest ends December 10th. If not, no harm, no foul.
Just wanted to share the love. :)
(Here’s the link: http://needlegirlhaystackworld.com/goldfold-giveaway/).
Q:What are some blogs you'd recommend to your followers, assuming they'd like to see more content similar to yours? Excellent blog, by the way; I chuckle and get brilliant ideas for future shoots with every post.
Um. I personally don’t follow a ton of different blogs. And I don’t think anyone else really posts the type of stuff we do, mainly because “professionals” give us a ton of shit about it (even though I know they’ve all done it).
But I guess check out (in no specific order):
And probably a bunch of others that I have missed…
Hey, thanks for the shoutout!
Spike Lee Dismisses Juan Luis Garcia With A Single, Flat-Out Cold Tweet (UPDATE) - Bleeding Cool Comic Book, Movies and TV News and Rumors
The follow up to the article I posted.
Wow, just wow.
Class acts I tell you. Hollywood is full of them.
This is quite disappointing.
NEW MUSIC VIDEO - YOKO ONO “BAD DANCER”
Proud to have worked on such a fun video. The set was awesome, and shooting it was as fun as it looks, just a bunch of awesome people coming in throughout the day and dancing their asses off.
Sometimes the best part about movies are the extras.
Because Directing extras is hard.
Q:How can I get a PA gig? I live in LA!
Hey There, and thanks for reading!
I started as a PA as well, and it’s tough getting your foot in the door. My best advice would be to reach out to any friends or colleagues you have in the industry now and see if they could use an extra hand on set. Unfortunately, how the economy is now, it’s hard for productions to justify paying wages to people they either don’t know, haven’t worked with before, or are untrained, so my best advice would be to get some time one set, learn the ropes, and then network as much as possible.
Also check out the ANONYMOUS PRODUCTION ASSISTANT’S BLOG. It’s chalk full of info.
Thanks, and feel free to reach out with any more questions!
~Movin’ On, New Deal