Sarah Kloepping of the USA Today put together this eerie film showcasing Gags Nightmare featuring interviews with yours truly, Carolyn Kuether of The Production Farm, and one of their very talented students who has helped us put this immersive theatre experience together.
Here's a great clip of Wyatt Kuether, CEO of The Production Farm talking with the Green Bay Press-Gazette about Gags Nightmare, our latest project. The grand opening will take place this Friday the 13th.
It's been a little bit since there was an update, but there has been a very good reason for it. I've been working with the greatest non-profit there is called The Production Farm on an immersive theatre project. A feature film is set to come out soon called Gags. You may have heard of it … Continue reading New Project: Gags Nightmare
Newly spinning is back with more greatness from Ariel Pink. Also,the last few weeks have resulted in some great new singles giving us all something to look forward to as summer fades away, this week is no different as Björk and Dhani Harrison have a couple of gems. Anyway, lets get to the tunes. LP … Continue reading Newly Spinning Vol. 5
This week was a little different. Nothing came out that was massively anticapated like LCD last week, but there were some good singles that make some upcoming album releases pretty exciting, plus a great look into some Neil Young masterpieces. Lastly, we lost a legendary musical pioneer, Holger Czukay. Anyway, onto some new (and old) … Continue reading Newly Spinning Vol. 4
I'm taking the film back home. I've submitted my latest short film, Silent Melody, to my hometown Green Bay Film Festival. I've met many amazing filmmakers at this festival over the year including, Josh Hope, writer/director of the award winning, Life and Death of an Unhappily Married Man, and the guys behind the great work at award winning A2F … Continue reading Silent Melody Submitted to Green Bay Film Festival
This week is the long awaited return of the greatness that is James Murphy and LCD Soundsystem. That's really all you need to be listening to, but I've got a couple of other things to check out and one to avoid this week as well. So, here we go, onto American Dream. LPs to listen to … Continue reading Newly Spinning Vol. 3
This week we'll tackle a band with a large gap between records, one who keeps churning them out, another that makes better films than music, and another who breaks all sorts of records, not too mention an album that almost put me to sleep. Without further adieu... LPs to listen to this week THEE OH … Continue reading Newly Spinning Vol 2.
The Guardian recently published a pictorial of adult film posters from the 60's and 70's and they are glorious. Take a look at some of these gems and go read the rest of the article for some perspective from film collector Tony Nourmand. Also check out this trailer for 'The Swap and How They Make … Continue reading X-Rated Film Posters of the 60’s & 70’s
After being approached by the festival on twitter, I've submitted, 'Silent Melody' to the Cardiff Mini Film Festival taking place next summer in Cardiff, Wales. The festival is geared towards low budget filmmaking, which 'Silent Melody' fits. We made the film in 17 days with a budget of around $2000. There are a host of … Continue reading ‘Silent Melody’ Submitted to Cardiff Mini Film Festival