My short film, “Two Angels and a Cup of Coffee” is now being readied for festival submission!
And even merrier is that the third Vinnie and Mook book, Vinnie and Mook Put the Devil on Ice, is well underway and should be available in the late summer/early autumn.
This next installment in the series will introduce brand new styles of unearthly creatures as the natural order of things on Earth has shifted and anew owner is about to appear and everything you know is out the door and the learning curve on the roads to heaven and hell are intersecting and the crossroad approaches. You’ll see…
By now, if you’ve taken my advice (and you should), you have a good idea of how to structure your film or streaming project.
In Florida, it’s hard to tell because we only have two seasons…Brown and Green. Just one is slightly hotter than the other. And people wonder why I play Satan with such ease…
You’ve had some time to think about getting started in film from the last time we blogged, and so I’m sure you have the next big thing sitting on the edge of your skulls. Down here, that would be one of our massive mosquitos, but if you’re anywhere but FLA it should be the idea for a film.
So, let’s talk about setting up the film shoot.
Before you even hire or sucker…Er…talk anyone of your friends into helping you, there’s three things you must do! And, I am gonna be serious for once.
Blogs…the usual overstuffed colon of information that rattles around in one’s head. Well, you poor souls just hit a person who sleeps very little but is always thinking about a new idea or some particularly evil thought. Really with me, one and the same. But in my blogs, I promise I will inspire you to either try one of my twisted ideas or inspire one of your own. In my world, be the wolf. Not the sheep.