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Kensho at the Bedbellow (Feature Film)

Had a great time shooting this film in New York and Los Angeles in late 2013. Twenty-six days of pure indie filmmaking. The director Brad Raider, worked extremely hard to make this happen and along with producer/A.D. 23 more words

Blake Brewer

Treasure Trapped: from pub chat to indie documentary

Almost three years ago the Cosmic Joke team finally took the plunge and decided to try and tell the world about LARP. The result was… 733 more words

Cosmic Joke

New Maverick: Brigitta Wagner

The damsel in distress. The doting wife reliant on her strong husband. The man who saves the woman he loves. These are the romance stories that are told with great frequency in our society. 586 more words

The horror of a half-baked screenplay

As the programmer of Stranger With My Face Horror Film Festival, a freelance film writer and a judge for various other festivals, I’ve watched many indie shorts and features in recent years. 733 more words


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

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