Dan posted a treatment for a new comic series idea he had. You know, for fun and in honor of the Batman v Superman release this week. It’ll never get made but that doesn’t mean it’s not fun. Check it out here.
This is an older short but it’s a favorite. Further proof that in shorts, genre smashing and disjointed scenes can work amazingly well in this medium.
I really dig this short by Ben Berman. I remember when I first saw Aaron’s original post via reddit about his year long transformation and I was thrilled to hear that it was made into a short. Bleyaert ‘s fun style and incredibly potent, raw take on heartbreak is great. This premiered at Sundance … Read More
WOW! Writer/Director Paul Trillo hits a home run with this short. An average day in the life of the inner monologue. Following behind the back of a paranoid, neurotic man named Terry as he wanders through the streets of Manhattan. Past memories and his irrational inner thoughts soon plague his every move. By channeling … Read More
Editor’s Note: This will be the first post in a new series highlighting great short form storytelling. I really like this short film from the guys at Big Lazy Robot. This piece was created a few years back for a series of shorts for Phillips. Great use of McGuffin or Mystery Box – quite … Read More
Justin is a long time friend of mine and I was super thrilled when he told me about his 3rd book release – a 40 day guide to practicing prayer during Lent. For the project he was partnering with artist Scott Erickson to help bring some much needed, in my opinion, additional images to current … Read More
This is Part 2 of 2. Read part 1 here. In 2015 I watched a lot of movies. If everything is a remix, it’s important to know what’s come before you. Now to give you some backstory, I’ve always watched a lot of movies. I’ve seen almost every Action/Adventure movie ever released. Netflix is usually … Read More
This post is part one of two. At the end of 2013, I challenged myself to ship something each week. Some project: a client piece, short film, short story, book… whatever. It could be anything as long as I put it out into the world each week. My strategy would be that at the end … Read More
Many times when I’m talking with someone and they find out I’m an author. There’s usually a statement like, “I’d like to write a book one day.” I know that for many years, I felt the same way. I knew there was a book inside me, I just needed to sit down and write it. … Read More
My experience is that with issues of faith, they are not easily handled. One of the big ways that Christians often relate to God is as a father. The Bible often refers to God that way but for some, the idea of relating to God in a fatherly way can be incredibly divisive. Divorce and abuse are … Read More