sheishannahrific replied to your post: sheishannahrific replied to your post: Things that… Haha, I liked it, too! I got Netflix for my birthday, so I’ve been going crazy watching documentaries. If you have any favorites, feel free to share Sure. Let’s be Netflix pals.
sheishannahrific replied to your post: Things that annoy me about looking for a job: Don’t give up! A guy who graduate from my school last year as a film major said he literally called 200 places before he got his first job…and it was unpaid. He said after finding that first one, things got easier. So keep looking =) The thing is, I’m in Chico and I’m looking for jobs in retail and...
The Internet is confusing.
There’s so much porn but there’s so many people posting puritanical bullshit. I’m glad that they have the ability to do that, but Christ on a pony is it obnoxious to have to look at or hear about so often. I’m not one of those people that really cares about race or religion. If we can get along, then you’re fine by me. But some people are just so far removed from my...
So IndieGoGo is being weird and made me set a deadline for fundraising. The bad thing is we have 62 days. The Good thing is if we meet our new goal in 62 days, then we get a 5% bonus. So if you wanna be a pimp and be awesome and stuff, click the link and think about helping out. Otherwise Stay Classy Tumblr.
I used to like you.
I thought we could be so much more than friends. I wanted to try it. But you keep letting me down. It’s not gonna happen. It’s never gonna happen.
Things that annoy me about looking for a job:
- The online application systems. They all suck. - The unhelpfulness of most current employees when you check back at a place. - The fact that passion and interest mean nothing. Experience means next to nothing in certain situations and absolutely nothing in some others. - That you have to over dress for the interview. (My dad told me that he wouldn’t hire someone that didn’t carry...
You will be unusually successful in an entertainment career.– The Fortune Cookie that I got with my lunch. I think this means I’ll be the big star of a reality tv show, but that doesn’t amount to financial success, so I’ll die 3 months later of hunger in the gutter. I think that would quite unusual.
Ack! I finally made a new website for myself. →
Editing is fun.
But sometimes it’s hard to do. I imagine my real music videos will be easier, because editing multiple live takes is pretty difficult. Especially with multiple instruments. I’m getting it done, the color grading (the fun stuff). The I should be done.
I can’t be honest on this blog. Goddamnit.
Having a beard is like wearing a sandwich board that says “Attention Ladies: Unfuckable Man Here.” In other news, I’m thinking about shaving my beard off.
Post a Liz Lemon quote, lose a follower?
sheishannahrific: Good riddance. At least you didn’t say that the Nazi’s were snappy dressers.
Buddha was right.
Here’s what he said: “Birth is dukkha, aging is dukkha, death is dukkha; sorrow, lamentation, pain, grief, & despair are dukkha; association with the unbeloved is dukkha; separation from the loved is dukkha; not getting what is wanted is dukkha. In short, the five clinging-aggregates are dukkha.” Dukkha is part of “The Four Noble Truths” and it basically means...
Gathering Yard Sale stuff... lots of comics
almost 200 collected editions…like 500 single issues… then some stuff from my san francsico place… tiring… yawn
Buy Me This: The Wishlist. →
I decided to make an official Amazon wishlist. Why? Because wishlists are fun. And also make it easy for people to be my sugahdaddy/momma… or something.
Don't be offended...
…but the swastika is a well designed logo. Recognizable branding. You can make it out from a distance. Very strong lines. It’s too bad the Nazi’s had to muck it up for the rest of us and ruin a perfectly nice symbol. I mean the German army was known for it’s fashion sense (Hugo Boss made the Nazi officers uniforms), so it’s no wonder they chose such an easily...
Shooting music being played outdoors. Excitement.
Cheap ND filters arrived.
Murder changes everything.– Susie Salmon, The Lovely Bones… Terrible line. The movie itself isn’t that great either.
Story is King.
In the beginning there was film. And things were simple. If you had money, you shot 35mm. If you didn’t, you shot 16mm or 8mm. Life was easy because you’d shoot at 24 frames per second. You didn’t have to worry about words phrases like “Compression Artifacts”, “Moire”, “Dynamic Range” or “Rolling Shutter”. The mechanisms were...
Julia Stiles always looks like she’s worried that she’s going to get hit in the face.
“Clever Girl” - Muldoon, Jurassic Park
I didn’t realize Daniel Brühl was in The Bourne Ultimatum… hmmm. Continue on with your day.
I have a few. Hey. I’m Drew. I make movies and take photos. Here’s a link to the tumblr for my new film The Final Suicide of Lester Johnson. And also here’s a photoblog that I do, from photos that I like on Flickr. Finally, check out my blog for links to my Facebook, Vimeo, Flickr, AIM and stuff. Stay classy. -Drew
PhilipBloom - Interview with Greg Yaitanes about... →
Greg Yaitanes talks about shooting the season finale of House on the Canon 5D Mark II and how these new cameras are actually “game changers”. It’s a little lengthy, at over an hour, but he has lots of good information if you’re interested in the way things are headed in TV and film.
Buy Me This: Car Mount.
I’ve been wanting a car mount for a long time. I mean, who that shoots short films doesn’t want one? NO ONE. I think I found one that is cheap enough, but decent enough to do what I want it to. The Fat Gecko. I think I’d feel better testing the thing with one of my lesser cameras first, then slowly building up to the big one. Here’s some tests that I’ve seen with this...
The Silent Treatment
I’m getting it. It might be the most childish thing for someone to do, but for whatever reason, it works. If someone does something that bothers me, I don’t give them the silent treatment, I ignore them until I’m over it. Or maybe some people just realized that I can’t do anything for them career-wise and decided to cut me out (which happens a lot). I hope that I am in the...
I can take a hint.
I’m persona non grata for some reason. I get it, I mean I don’t get it, but I understand that it’s happening. Alright, whatever.
ITEM OF INTEREST!
News for people interested in The Final Suicide of Lester Johnson! In a few weeks we’re shooting one of the biggest (I.E. Most expensive) scenes and every bit of support helps (now more than ever). So if you could check out our IndieGoGo page I would be eternally grateful (reblogs are amazing too). Thanks
Get your hands off the bunny– Nic Cage, Con Air. How underwhelmed was his daughter when she finally got that bunny? Suuuuuuuuuper underwhelmed.