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“Stooge-approved”

“Stooge-approved”

If you ever have most of a lifetime to waste, go on the internet and look up quotes on cooperation.

Go on, I won’t wait for you as you may never be heard from again.

There are literally millions of quotes from this person or that and they all mean the same: “Get along or get lost.”

I am not going to go into what’s happening in the world today. As we all know, it’s frustrating to watch.

But you are in luck, as you subscribe to this blog. Why? Because I’m not only going write about how to achieve amazing results due to cooperation, but offer proof of these results as well.

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“Making a Bridge With Genre Movies” panel at SDCC 2019

"Making a Bridge With Genre Movies" Panel @ San Diego Comic-Con 2019
From left to right: Moderator Sebastian Fink and filmmakers Frank Rodriguez, Mitch Hyman, and Victor Osuna.

Checking in from San Diego Comic-Con to bring you the video of Friday’s “Making a Bridge with Genre Movies” panel.

It was great to reteam with moderator Sebastian Fink and filmmakers Victor Osuna and Frank Rodriguez for round 2 of our discussion about how the U.S. and Mexican filmmakers can cooperate and create across our shared border.

View the embedded video below and let us know what you think!

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Building Bridges at San Diego Comic-Con + “The Two Rays”

Building Bridges at San Diego Comic-Con + "The Two Rays"

Well, right now I’m on the West Coast attending the “convention of conventions,” San Diego Comic-Con (SDCC). This is the biggest show of the year for me. It’s where more deals get made than anywhere else if you have a comic, novel or film project. If you ever decide to do any of these then, you must make the pilgrimage to this place.

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