A lonely pilgrim.
At the tender age of eight, "Jaws" was the film that cemented my interest in film -- it blew me away. If I were smart, I would have pursued a more direct career in film. Instead, I majored in English at Boston...
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At the tender age of eight, "Jaws" was the film that cemented my interest in film -- it blew me away. If I were smart, I would have pursued a more direct career in film. Instead, I majored in English at Boston College and find myself 13 years later an editor and instructional designer for a large technical publishing company. But my interest in film has never wavered; in fact, it's a strong as ever. I have just completed my second online screenwriting course with the Gotham Writer's Workshop and have two strong scripts heading in the right direction. I've started a few others, but I'm focusing on these two until I'm satisfied they are complete.
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A review of The Infinite Fluby marley209 on 03/17/2013I loved your short! This was really one of the better shorts I've seen on this site. Your use of imagery at the beginning was inspired, the use of the music as well. Of course, it was also clever and very funny, and then we get that ending, which leaves you thinking. The performance and production values were also impressive. If I have one complaint, it's that the sound (dialog)... read
A review of Ritualsby marley209 on 02/28/2012Had to put this aside for a day and think about it a bit before preparing this review. First of all, one thing is for sure: I enjoyed listening to this man tell his stories. I really liked the tie-in between his stories and the title/theme of the film. It was quite compelling, actually. That being said, I'm not sure the visuals did enough. I liked that it wasn't a long piece,... read
A review of The Sleepover Storyby marley209 on 11/19/2011I noticed that this was a 48-hour film; I'll need to go back and see if you posted the assignment, as I'm interested in what the elements were that you had to incorporate. Anyway, I liked this. I was a little bothered by the kinetic camera work in the opening scene, but I get you were trying to convey a sense of chaos. I just think it took me out of the film before I even... read