Rob Ford Smoking Crack
30x40” acrylic on stretched canvas.
I just convinced my friend to join tumblr. Her first post is this piece of god.
How to Survive on Set Without Looking Like an Asshole -
When it comes to film work, actors have it the easiest. Don’t argue. You know it’s true. In case you need a bit more convincing, consider this: We’re the last ones called and the first ones wrapped…
All. Good. Advice.
I know I’ve been reblogging a lot instead of lots of OC but I’ve been too busy making stuff to post stuff.
I think a mistake that a lot of beginning writers do is that they start trying to rewrite while they’re writing the first draft.
— David S. Goyer (screenwriter)
Yes. Yes. So much Yes. I am still working past this.
(Source: jamesgrantbrown, via writerlyn)
Update from IATSE 491 -
Local 491 president
By Harrison M Palmer
Train Tragedy Update. Following up on the MIDNIGHT RIDER incident: There was not a full ‘tech scout’ prior to the “dream sequence” being shot on the train trestle. It was a pre pro/prep/camera test day & NOT a ‘production…
Post on social networks that you are sitting down to write.
Tips for Aspiring Filmmakers -
1. DON’T major in film.
When you graduate with a film degree, what are you going to film about? Major in something that interests you, like English literature, history, etc.
2. DON’T be a hipster.
You’re making a movie for the audience to see, so make sure they’ll…
I am amazed the change to myself that has happened in the last two weeks.
Not long ago, I was having such trouble sleeping I could not rest my eyes until the sun had fully passed the horizon, and they would stay closed until well after that ball of gas was on the way back down.
Now I have started falling asleep at regular hours and waking up early. The idea of working best at night is a myth. I am happier, more active, get FAR more done in the same amount of time awake. It is such an interesting feeling to know that you have read an entire book before 1600, a time in which you often were waking up not two weeks ago.
It is amazing what waking up early and doing some simple warm-up exercises (stretches, squats) has done for my state of being. I’m more creative, driven, and most importantly: Happy.