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I'm originally from Boston. In 1984 I moved to Japan and worked various jobs. I ended up living there for about a year. I then moved to Europe for another year moving around many different countries and experiencing many different cultures. I...
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I'm originally from Boston. In 1984 I moved to Japan and worked various jobs. I ended up living there for about a year. I then moved to Europe for another year moving around many different countries and experiencing many different cultures. I learned a lot about life. It was a nice eye opener for me; I realized my options were never ending. I then moved to New York and got into acting. I studied acting there for many years with great teachers like William Alderson from The Neighborhood Playhouse. I later moved to Los Angeles to pursue acting where I acted in thirty or so short films and eventually moved up to bigger “B budget Films” and carried many leads. I received many Guest Starring rolls in TV series like Renegade and All My Children. After some time I started writing scripts and short films. I made my first film called “The Dinner” about a woman on an arduous journey (my horse was a guess star) to make her boy friend a dinner so he wouldn’t dump her. I had a great time making the film. I thought I was going to be a Big Director until I realized that editing film on two VCR’s was not very much fun. I thought “well it was a good start to learn about filming.” Then a year later I heard about this consumer digital editing system that I tried. After many days of defragging my hard drive and killing my girl friend’s computer, I finally got “The Dinner” finished. I later had an editing system built that housed the Matrox RT 2000 with Adobe Premiere software. I eventually purchased a good camera, a Sony DSR PD150, and that is where I am today. I’ve created several short films to date. Life In A Trailer is my most recent. I have several full-length screenplays written that I want to film myself when I have a larger budget.
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A review of Havenby RobbieTif on 03/27/2005I liked the story it was interesting. Great scenery it kept my attention throughout. I didnâ€™t get the end. Why did he keep passing out and what were they eating in the end. I guess it was the old convict. The film had shuddering effect throughout I think that the compression was put to low. I do believe that this could have been shorter. I see that you had great backgrounds... read
A review of Rerunby RobbieTif on 03/18/2005Great film. I seen others that were similar but this was nicely done. It seemed like some thing out of the twilight Zone or Tales from the crypt. Great use of editing and sound effects. The whole thing when it turned into the TV was great. Who would have thought to film it then film what you film on the TV. It made me laugh and scared me a little.
A review of One Last Timeby RobbieTif on 03/13/2005I like the idea. It was cute. The other woman being a car and blinking itâ€™s head light was a cute idea, the film was short and to the point I was not that impressed with the editing. There wasn't any style. But that will come. The lighting copou8ld of been better. I say that becouse of the darkness. Ive done films with a simple truck light of my subject and that makes all... read