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Christmas in May

“In this screenplay, I imagined a deadbeat father who had bailed on his kids years earlier, looking to return home to make amends.”
Writer/director Edward Burns on… 553 more words


Ireland packs a small punch

Here’s my opinion: If your story comes from a deep place, a relatable place, a personal place, it’s going to move people and inspire people even if it’s a dark topic.   13 more words



I shot my first feature film.

It’s called Frisky and it’s directed and produced by the talented on every level possible, Claudia Pickering.

I wasn’t sure if I wanted to say anything about it because in my head, telling people about my work and then being asked to show it, equals the same amount of stressful feelings that I would have if I was standing naked in the middle of Times Square, while holding a grenade.  350 more words

Film And Photography


Raindance has officially launched their FREE PEER-2-PEER panel talk sessions. Now Raindance Members can share their DIY tricks and tips and their growing skills and experiences with a live audience to boost their own exposure and give back to the community. 12 more words


Independent Filmmaker- Something That I Always Wanted to Be

I was from a middle-class family when I disclosed my desires of becoming a successful filmmaker with my family. My family completely opposed my desires because the financial condition of my house was not so well at that time. 502 more words

Independent Filmmaker

"And Babies Make Three..."


Tonight I talk with actress, bon vivant, the lovely lady, the sexy Russian, Masha Sapron. She was in my movie, “Ligeia” (on DVD and hopefully out there in torrent form). 182 more words

David Lawler