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Lo! Let this humble scribe profess and sayAnd tell of the great Zemeckis; He of Gump and The Frighteners, Back to th' Future, Cast Away.He, stone-romancer, life-giver to Roger Rabbit,Hollywood myth-molder, with blockbuster habbits.

From greatness had he slipped with Polar Express,An animated whim whose techniqueObscured content with it's CGI mess.The Z-ster's new technique, performance capture, Looked creepy and stilted, enacted no repture.

But Robert forged through the darkness With Beowulf, a 3-D spectacleThe Anglo-Saxon poem, brought to the screen flowing starkness.Though... Read More

Oh baby do I have GOOD NEWS for a lot of you! It's SHOWTIME in Georgia!!

Atlanta & Georgia, the FILM CAPITOL of the South! We are challenging the Hollywood Giant...and WINNING! For the artist, for the technical people, for everybody with talent and the DETERMINATION to be a part of the film and television industry, this is the best news you've heard in a long time. But it doesn't stop there.

The State of Georgia and Atlanta are always shooting off their mouths about bringing "New Industry" to Georgia. They expound loud & long about how we need to boost our economy!... Read More

Best Picture"Atonement," "Juno," "Michael Clayton," "No Country for Old Men," "There Will Be Blood"Pick: "No Country for Old Men" has been taking a lot of top prizes from critics circles and guilds, including most recently the best feature film at the Producers Guild Awards. However, there will be an Oscar for "There Will Be Blood." Academy voters tend to favor dramatic period pieces and this is an ambitious film with an epic scope.

DirectingJulian Schnabel, "The Diving Bell and the Butterfly;" Tony Gilroy, "Michael Clayton;" Joel & Ethan Coen, "No Country for Old Men;" Paul Thomas... Read More

As I said before in a couple of articles ago that I took up on Rob Schnieder's advice to write a script. So I've been concentrating on writing screenplays for several years now. When I wrote my short film called 'The Face Of America' it wasn't really in script format, it was basically an outline and most was improvised during filming. Much like how Buster Keaton used to make comedy shorts back in the 1920's. He never used or seen a script until he got to MGM. So 'The Face Of America' outline doesn't cut it for a screenplay.

I wrote a short film called 'Don't Call Me, I'll Call You' which... Read More

PAFF-How Sweet It Is

Los Angeles-The Pan African Film & Arts Festival (PAFF) is in full stride. PAFF is dedicated to the advancement of cultural diversity and education through the exhibition of positive and realistic media images. The 16th Annual Pan African Film & Arts Festival officially got under way Thursday, February 7, with a star-studded red carpet Opening Night Gala Celebration. “Namibia: The Struggle for Liberation” the newest film by award-winning film maker Charles Burnett was screened during the Gala. The Opening Night Gala was sponsored in part by the Namibian Film... Read More

I don’t know about the rest of you reading this but I’ve come by my love of The Coen Brothers honestly. I’ve been a fan of theirs ever since I saw 1984’s “Blood Simple” during its original theatrical run. I had even seen 1985’s “Crimewave” in a 42end Street grindhouse. But most people didn’t notice them until 1987’s “Raising Arizona” which probably was their first major mainstream hit. And rightfully so. Even today in TV series like “My Name Is Earl” you can see the influence of “Raising Arizona”. They continued their amazing career with one of the best crime/gangster movies ever made: “Miller’s... Read More

Just because you have Daniel Day-Lewis in your movie does not mean that you can forego everything else, namely, - an equally stunning supporting cast, character development, a complete, well-developed story, and last but not least, - editing. If your going to make what is essentially a 3 hour movie, you'd better have some compelling reasons for doing it. Day-Lewis in the title role is a compelling reason, but he can't do it alone, and that is exactly where director and writer Paul Thomas Anderson leaves him, - stranded and alone on the screen with mediocre dialogue, a still-born story,... Read More

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