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Tom Waits' groundbreaking rotoscope film, Tom Waits For No One, to be restored for its 35th anniversary

Tom Waits For No One, the 1979 John Lamb-directed short film starring Tom Waits performing “The One That Got Away”, has long been lauded by critics and fans alike for its groundbreaking use of rotoscope technology. 229 more words


The man on the mean streets revisited

I’ve produced another version of the YouTube movie for The man on the mean streets. This one is Rotoscoped and is much more as I originally intended.



Irish Film Davin Marks World Suicide Prevention Day

With the recent news of Robin Williams’ tragic death, the subject of suicide and related mental illnesses is more important than ever. A subject that is still very taboo in many places around the world, suicide is something we avoid talking about, or even acknowledging. 593 more words


John Lamb (Part 3)

The Shoot

Tom Waits for No One was released in 1979, but it wasn’t until recently that I began to realize this film had a habit of being a… 883 more words

Richard Linklater

“I’ve always been most interested in the politics of everyday life: your relation to whatever you’re doing, or what your ambitions are, where you live, where you find yourself in the social hierarchy.”

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Before Midnight

2014 Richard Linklater Film Festival - Day 6 - A Scanner Darkly

I first saw A Scanner Darkly when it premiered in theaters in 2006. While living in Redmond, Washington, at the time, I made a special trip to downtown Seattle to catch Linklater’s adaptation of Philip K. 237 more words

2014 Richard Linklater Film Festival