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11 Aug Alana’s Script and The Doc

Alana and I have been working on her script together for the past couple of weeks. It's a very strong script and my method of working on something like this is to try and keep as much as possible intact while adding and deleting as needed. Mostly at this point my goal is to trim out things that don't move...

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07 Aug Marriage is Not All That Simple

This morning as I sat down to work on a different post, I noticed that a blog about marriage issues linked to the Donor 67 blog without comment. I took a quick look and noticed that the driving sentiment behind the site was the idea of protecting the sanctity of marriage. While I have become increasing "conservative" as I have aged...

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20 Jul on a shoot and sitting around

Today, I'm a stage dad. My daughter has started to shake off her anxiety and has agreed to be in a film that some friends are making. Because she was so hesitant to do it for a while, she is actually just a body double for someone who is supposed to have a twin sister. She's having a blast. It's most...

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16 Jul When Most People See a Film

When most people see a documentary film, they don't realize that the 90 minutes that they are watching is usually culled from literally hundreds of hours of film. That hundreds of hours of film means that thousands upon thousands of decisions had to be made about what went into the film and in what order. I've been looking through some of...

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