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Author Archive: Leonard Zelig
A little more than a year ago I made a guerrilla script contest for my fellow Venezuelans, the idea was to bring the winner to NYC to shoot that script as a Guerrilla Film, well, last week we wrapped the production, the film is already in post-production and what you see here is the thank [...]
If you don't know how Craig Brewer is… well, is the Director of the indie hit Hustle and Flow. In this video he's recommending Team Picture, first feature of Kentucker Audley who is right know raising donations for his upcoming production OPEN FIVE. I've been talking to the producer of the film Nick Case because ladies and gents [...]
Seattle-based filmmaker Lynn Shelton may be a happily-married mother of one, but the 43-year-old writer/director of “Humpday”—a comedy-drama about two childless thirtysomething friends (Mark Duplass, Joshua Leonard) who are drawn into a sexually-charged dare—had no problem identifying with her film’s antsy male protagonists. The movie was made under the ultra low budget conventions.
The Pixel Pitch is Power to the Pixel’s ground-breaking new pitching forum for up to ten of the best UK and international cross-media film projects. We are looking for stories that can span film, TV, online, mobile and gaming to be presented to a select group of financiers, commissioners, tech companies, online portals and media companies [...]
Ok, as usual in a Saturday morning I was stumbling upon sites, and I found this! it really crack me up! and I was like, I need to blog about this… so what about getting in touch with Kevin, the master mind of this huge alarm clock in order to be part of your team [...]
This past weekend at the Open Video Conference Ted Hope producer of (21 Grams, The Ice Storm, Adventureland) and writer/director Lance Weiler (The Last Broadcast, Head Trauma) discussed how technology is impacting the art and craft of storytelling. As the industry shifts and audiences move from passive to active collaborators how does the art of storytelling change. What will [...]