When Eddie and Merrick Stenton head out to pursue their dreams in Los Angeles, they are hoping for adventure. But... more
Edward Bogart is a 2002 graduate of Middlebury College in Vermont. He majored in Film/Video and double minored in Economics and Psychology, and his 15 minute Senior film, "And Now a Word From our Sponsor" is currently in competition at the Cinefest...
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Edward Bogart is a 2002 graduate of Middlebury College in Vermont. He majored in Film/Video and double minored in Economics and Psychology, and his 15 minute Senior film, "And Now a Word From our Sponsor" is currently in competition at the Cinefest Film Festival. While at Middlebury, Edward was on the Dean's List and commended as a College Scholar. He is currently working for MTV in New York City and pursuing a carrer in film and screenwriting on the side. He previously worked in NYC for Killer Films, helping in the preproduction for such films as Todd Haynes recent FAR FROM HEAVEN. He was born in Monterey, CA and grew up in Carmel Valley and the Pebble Beach, CA, where he graduated second in his class at Robert Louis Stevenson Prep School.
Reviews by ebogart 10
A review of The Mob Fatherby ebogart on 07/19/2004The Mob Father has a lot going for it, a viable premise and some entertaining dialogue, but overall there is much left to be done. The biggest problem was that I never felt the suspense reach a level of intensity where I was concerned for anyone involved or where I felt anyone was in any real danger. In addition, the beginning has too much exposition stated right in the dialogue... read
A review of Blitz Leagueby ebogart on 07/16/2003I was intrigued by the idea of players "playing for pride" as mentioned in the synopsis, but this didn't offer anything we haven't seen done better 100 times. Very clicheed sports pic with many problems. One- Pacing is often ACHINGLY slow. Most of the scenes drag on for way too long and tell us way too information (breaking this down into a lot of shorter scenes would help... read
A review of The Replacement Elvesby ebogart on 05/21/2003I have to say, though it had some glaring problems, there was enough going for the script and it has enough going for it and is better than a number of recent bad Christmas films that I had to consider it. I thought the pacing was great and the scenes were tight. There were some nice scenes like Joe teaching the children to play ball and Joe and Kate's dancing/kissing scene... read