I gots me some new commercial reps! And they be fancy like you never seen! I'm now with L.A. Talent, so the next time you see me selling you things on the magical tv box machine (if you have one - I assume they are expensive and rare), it will be thanks to their sweet hook ups and great skills with a bowstaff. Sorry that was a lie. I mean they might be very skilled with bowstaffs, but I have can't say I know that for sure. And it also has very little to do with commercials.
Thumbs up from me! And from Ranjit & Chad of "Tech & Talk". And also celebratory finger mustaches!
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!
So this is what I've been up to. What have you been up to?