Breaking Wind is popular on Hulu right now! Thanks for watching! If you haven't seen it and want to, you can find it and watch it under movies - comedy! ...Or just type the title into the search bar.
Here's a little reel I made for myself!
It's got clips girl! Wheeewww!
Alright, I guess I'm not feeling all that locuacious or creative this morning.
Aside from this updated little theatrical reel, I'm also now in two new classes! Learning! Yes!
We had a lovely little screening of Here Build Your Homes this past sunday, here in Los Angeles, where I have built my home. Okay sure I didn't build it myself. Whatever. You get the point. ANYWAYS...it was beautiful. This was the first time I had seen the final edit, and I was just floored. Cameron Beyl is an amazing up-and-coming director, and I'm so glad not only to have had the chance to work with him, but also that I can call him my friend. He took over 1,000 hours of improvised footage, and turned it into a cohesive, touching, and pretty heartbreaking movie. It's a great picture of three relationships that we have ALL had. I'm so floored by the great work that everyone did - it was truely a challanging collaborative effort. And it turned out like a real movie. We won. I don't know what, but we just won!
ENOUGH with all this being sentimental and having nice feelings and stuff. Moving on...
There is no way for you to see it just yet, as we are still running the festival circuit, but you can learn about the carefully managed chaos that was the process of making this movie, AND see some behind the scenes footage in this documentary about the making of our movie! It's called "Restless Nature", and you should watch it. HD is pretty, but it really does load a lot faster if you don't watch in High Def. And I do all of my interviews with no makeup on. So that's pretty sweet. You're welcome.
Now watch this, ya so-and-so!
"Here Build Your Homes" is an official selection in the Oregon Independent Film Festival. The icing on that tasty festival cake is that our director, Cameron Beyl, was just awarded "Best Director" at that festival for his work on our movie! Hooray Cameron! And Hooray "Homes"!
YOU can come to our screening! We premier on August 29th at 9:45pm, right after the awards ceremony. For information about tickets, visit the festival website HERE .
Howdy howdy howdy!
So, I just got to shoot my first horror a few weeks ago! It's called Somebody's Watching You . It was directed by Ben Rekhi of IM Global. Big thank you to Jessica Sherman and Ben for casting me!
My character was deeply troubled, and highly defensive. I don't want to say too much, but I did get to play with a sword, and there were some sweet sweet bloody stunts involved.
I worked with an awesomely talented cast of ladies, who aside from being very fun to work with, are responsible for making me read 50 Shades of Gray (thanks, girls!).
I can't wait to see it!
Trailer is rated R! So be careful people! Not work safe. Or child safe!
To all of you who love twilight, I'm sorry.
To all of you who hate twilight, or just love fart jokes, you're welcome.
We now have Theatrical release for "Breaking Wind" in Italy on January 13th. We also have theatrical release in Brazil and Portugal!
Good day, Lords and Ladies!
Our film, "Breaking Wind", is going to be making it's Italian cinema debut! It's theatrical release date in Italy is January 13th. Below is the Italian trailer. The American trailer will be a bit different - stay tuned for more info on that!
Just wrapped up a movie this week! It's a Twilight spoof, and it was ridiculous and amazing. I got to work with some incredible people and had so so much fun on that set. It's such a treat to get to go to work and laugh all day long.
Check it out here: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1651323/
More info to come!
The film formerly known as "The Untitled Redwoods Project" is now titled! It's called "Here Build Your Homes", and it was directed by Cameron Beyl ("So Long, Lonesome", "Happy Hour").
HBYH (HehBEEHe?...) is currently in post production...we will have an official trailer soon!
P.S. The title comes from a Walt Whitman poem called "Song of the Redwood Tree". If you happen to know that, people will think you are well read, indeed!
P.P.S. I am never going to call this movie HBYH again...way too hard to pronounce.