Jerrold 

member since 09/14/2004 | last login 08/02/2014

Jerrold Ridenour is a Writer/Director with an Emmy for editing (Ahoy Captain Sid), an Emmy nomination for Graphics and Animation (El Diá De Los Muertos) and a group Emmy for outstanding Cultural Programming (El Dia De Los Muertos) A diverse production background...

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Jerrold Ridenour is a Writer/Director with an Emmy for editing (Ahoy Captain Sid), an Emmy nomination for Graphics and Animation (El Diá De Los Muertos) and a group Emmy for outstanding Cultural Programming (El Dia De Los Muertos) A diverse production background ranging from Live action Director on Bob the Builder, Bob on Site for Hit Entertainment, to DP on Housecat Housecall for Purina, to UPM on Team Smithereen for Wild Brain and Disney. Señor Huesos, a short Spaghetti-o Western can be found on Heather Henson's Handmade Puppet Dreams DVD series. His YouTube channel has over 500,000 unique views and he has launched 5 successful projects on Kickstarter . A thorough understanding of production from concept to completion, versed in multiple workflows, and a true hands on problem solver, there is nothing that can't be done with today's tools is the mantra of Jerrold Ridenour. #passionate, #creative, #alwaysontime, #noego, #animation, #puppets

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Reviews by Jerrold 5

  • A review of Speakeasy
    by Jerrold on 01/19/2009
    I really enjoyed this quick read. It felt like a Simon Pegg or Judd Apatow film waiting to be made. I thought the buddy relationship / Bromance worked well, and the Speakeasy plot was a lot of fun. I thought the Trevis character was right out of Supertroopers or Reno 911. Two thumbs up on the structure. The jokes were pretty good, something that open to some improv could be... read
  • by Jerrold on 01/10/2009
    I found this book informative, and a breeze to read. It could have been strengthened by diagrams of some of the information. I would love to take advantage of this knowledge if I had the stomach to butcher my own meat, this is a great place to garner information. It should be read by anyone wanting to learn how to butcher a Hog. Sausage recipes would be great since they are... read
  • by Jerrold on 01/10/2009
    I really enjoyed the film, The concept was very silly. Your poor Pinata must have had bruises. He was raped by those savage party goers! The Music was solid and helped propel the story and the costume worked very well. I give it a 6 out of 10, lighting and snappier editing would make it a ten! I look forward to seeing what you will learn at film school in regards to lighting... read
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Comments About Jerrold 1

  • johnregan on 12/22/2013

    Thank you for your in depth review of Plastic Hollywood. I greatly appreciate it. I am very pleased that the hard work translated into a readable story. Absolutely amazing feedback and critique.


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    My pleasure -- it is an excellent screenplay and I am working on my first one now so I read each of these line by learn to help learn the craft.

    John

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