Moving in the right direction. The Guerrilla campaign is a go and I’m taking not one, but two of my scripts with me on the cross country RV trip. I plan on doing rewrites in various states throughout the week. Feeling optimistic and a little alone.
On episode 2 of Flick City, Greg Srisavasdi interviews Camp Cold Brook producer Joe Dante and Andy Palmer as they reflect on movies they love (Dante discusses Gregory Peck in “Moby Dick” and “To Kill A Mockingbird” – Palmer picks the Steve Martin film “Roxanne”).
“Standing Up, Falling Down” director Matt Ratner doesn’t pick a favorite film, but he elaborates on how the play “Stones in his Pocket” influenced him as a story teller.
Happy Valentine’s Day! That just felt weird. Finally have the stickers on the way, want some? Also hav the open letter written up and will be getting that out to everyone I can think of within the next few days.
I’ve settled down since last week and am focused on using the negative attention in our favor. Set out to make some waves with this absurd movie and this is what I hope is the first ripple. Links are below if you want to rate and or review.
I’ve wanted to do this for a while now and figured this was a great time to do so. Last day of vacation and I wanted to single out a very select few people who have been there for just about every step. I’m sure I left a couple people off the list and I’m sorry if that’s you.
Back home next week and ready to get back to work.
I’m out of the country, but still at it and what that “it” is has to do with trying to get the word out about a new movie that was just made available on Prime Video. It’s a short update with birds chirping loudly and golf carts revving in the background.
Greg and Anderson get to the rest of the November releases that have them interested, but not before talking about some of the movies they’ve seen since the last episode that include The Irishman, Terminator: Dark Fate, Dolemite is My Name, Danger Close and Primal. Their picks for the their 1979 films are also unveiled.
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I talk a lot about aggregators, what they are and what they do and how I avoided the biggest aggregator meltdown the industry has ever seen. Amazon’s questionable release process is also talked about with some news there. What I didn’t mention is this, the president of my Distribution Company was at the forefront of the aggregator meltdown and he did a very candid interview with Alex Ferrari on Indie Film Hustle. If you’d like to know more you can hear that episode here.