“Ask an Indie Filmmaker” – Interview with Emily Lou, director of The Selling

I met a lot of amazing people during my time at SFSU. Sadly, Emily Lou was not one of them. Despite the fact that we have a number of mutual friends, neither of us can remember ever meeting the other. Thankfully, because of those mutual friends, we have become cyber pals via facebook, the Great… Continue reading “Ask an Indie Filmmaker” – Interview with Emily Lou, director of The Selling

San Diego Comic Con, Part 1 – The Panels

I promised detailed blogs about Comic Con and by golly, I aim to keep that promise. There’s just one problem. There’s waaaay too much for just one post. I tried. I’ve gone through approx. 1000 pictures (no joke) and narrowed them down to the best of the best and even then I was left with… Continue reading San Diego Comic Con, Part 1 – The Panels

Sold on “The Selling”

Between studying theatre and living in LA, I know a few people in that crazy little business of making motion pictures. Every once in a while I get treated to a preview of a film before it premiers. My favorites are the independent ones like Milk and Teary Sockets that are dark, quirky, and downright entertaining… Continue reading Sold on “The Selling”