Monthly Archives: August 2009

A Note on the Passing Screen

My sunglasses have become a ubiquitous accessory. Lately I’ve wondered, do these “frames” also change the way I see the world? Of course they do. Several weeks ago I saw Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince at the IMAX theater. … Continue reading

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Homegrown Cinema: telling your story, and loving your audience

Then, this wonderful thing happened. They screened the video for the myriad of parents, children, workers, and grandparents present. And people laughed. I could hear them. I had crafted moments of the film, setting up certain shots and moments to play off of each other. People responded. Continue reading

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