Archive for May, 2010

People’s Choice Award – Monterey, CA Indy Film Festival

May 23

Baja 3000 was chosen winner of the “Peoples Choice Award” at the Monterey Independent Film Festival – 2009

Meet and Greet, plus Poster Signing [Rob & Bob]

Audience Q&A [Rob & Bob]

Event Poster

Featuring local film makers and alternative media
June 6 and 7 at 1PM
320 Hoffman Ave, New Monterey
Tickets 5.00 each day for all films. Tickets available at the door. In and out privileges okay.
Info: 831-521-4512

Films featured include:
Saturday June 6
1PM “The Stones of Famagusta; the Story of a Forgotten City”
2:30PM “Sumbaito”
3:00PM “Baja 3000”
4:45PM “25 Ways to Die”
5:00PM “Ware’s”
5:15PM “Silent Cry”
5:30PM “Neighborhood Roots”
5:45PM “Dinner For One”
6:15PM “The Misconception of Randall Bimford”
7:30PM “Don’t Shoot the Pharmacist”

Sunday June 7
1PM “Cry Gaza”
1:15PM “Machines”
2:00PM “Chema-kill: The Movie”
4:00PM “The Grand Deception”
4:15PM “The Method”
5:00PM “Tao of Pong”
5:45PM “Every Step You Take”

2010 Poster


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Baja California, MX

May 23

Baja California, MX
Baja has unbelievable opportunities for multiple location flavors, landscape texture’s that change every 50 miles!
Mid Baja is perfect for that Indy desert western or unique backdrop for a one of a kind scene.

Not geared for large production shoots, (unless you hang out at Fox, MX) just too sketchy!
Get below Ensenada quickly, best shots: Boulder Garden and Tres Alejandros.
Contact me for more info.


Filed Under: Project Scout

Monterrey, MX

May 23

Monterrey, MX
This was fluke! I was in town to see my nephew graduate from the University and decided to check out the town for locations…WOW!

This place has it all, small mountains, jutting jagged foggy cliffs, incredible architecture and art. This city is very hip yet it has an old town with awesome charm. This is a very wealthy town (Ferrari dealerships, etc.) nice places to stay and great food! Perfect for small crew up to full top ten studio production, easy to get around, very friendly people. Contact me for more info.

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The Wall: A Live Tribute

May 4

This was a great project. I was brought in for visual support which incorporated original footage and a mix of images by others. The “Film”, accompanied by a live band, assisted the actors throughout the performance, timing was key!

The Paper Wing Theatre Company Proudly Presents:
“The Wall: A Live Tribute”
Starring L.j. Brewer

Synopsis:
“The Wall: A Tribute” is a dark, expressionistic, rock musical told from the point of view of a depressed rock musician. It is structured around the musician’s reflections on his life, all of which center on the building of “the wall.” This wall is a metaphor for psychological isolation, a barrier he creates to distance himself from his pain. The foundations for this wall are lain in childhood, with the death of his father leaving him to be raised by an overprotective mother and a repressive school system. He seeks freedom from this world through writing and music. However, even after he achieves success as a rock star, the wall continues to grow, with the rock star feeling trapped by fame and wounded by his failed personal relationships.
Playing through October 31
Thurs, Fri, Saturdays at 8PM

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