Suddenly, the gaps in my directing resume are filled in with my cinematographer’s experience. … More How to finance your film with your cinematographer’s reel.
I got the run of a 23 story 1930’s art deco office tower, a commercial airliner, an airport, an African Safari zoo ride and a 1950’s diner for the grand total of $500 dollars. … More How I financed my first film with killer locations.
It is shocking how many actors who are invited to read for a part fail to prepare for their audition by memorizing their lines … More Top 5 Mistakes made by actors at Casting Calls
The pressures on a director during the production of a feature motion picture are beyond enormous. … More What a First-time Director needs from his Cinematographer.
Any talent agency that charges you money to be represented is a scam, pure and simple. … More 5 Steps to beginning your acting career.
The one thing you don’t want is to get your film done and then have no idea what do with it. … More Successful Films are made in Reverse.
My experience with David was a huge part of making me who I am today – much the same way hitting a brick wall repeatedly will eventually numb your broken knuckles to the pain. … More The David Carradine I knew – Part 4 & Epilogue
This was the adult manifestation of a child’s temper tantrum, starring David Carradine. … More The David Carradine I knew – Part 3
Even before filming began, there was always the unspoken threat from David of quitting the film if he didn’t get his way. … More The David Carradine I knew – Part 2
For years after we finished filming, I thought David Carradine was the biggest jerk I had ever worked with. … More The David Carradine I knew – Part 1