When we shot the trailer for Caitlin R. Kiernan’s novel “The Drowning Girl,” we accumulated about two and a half hours’ worth of footage. A lot of it looked gorgeous. There were a few moments when we caught some of the activity behind the scenes– not very much if that, … Continue reading
Let’s get one thing settled: I am not a conservative nor a Republican. Many of the opinions presented in the following videos do not reflect my own.
I volunteered for this project mainly because it seemed like a good, provocative idea– to offset the generally liberal-left theater community with … Continue reading
The final trailer for Caitlin Kiernan’s The Drowning Girl went live on March 3rd, 2012. Thanks to the promotions office at Penguin Books and some encouraging word-of-mouth from other fantasy writers, the trailer’s been accumulating an audience (and, we hope, spurring people to buy her book).
I hadn’t planned to do a promo for the play. But the book’s been a favorite for years. Anyway, I was looking at Kyle Cassidy’s photography for the play (http://kylecassidy.livejournal.com/691978.html), and I really liked the blood spatters on the play’s title. I thought about the book’s opening line, and … Continue reading
So what went into this? Last month, I did one for Eurydice that didn’t really work: I thought it’d be fun to make it look like a trailer for an old film noir, so I shot it at 24 frames a second for that “film look” and converted it to … Continue reading
These videos were a real seat-of-the-pants affair. A few days before the festival Eliot Duhan, EDO’s frontman, put out a call to anyone who had a video camera to come on out and shoot footage of the band. I charged up both of my cameras– the Panasonic and my … Continue reading