Desires & Lessons: Articulating A Filmmaking Experience


Back in 2009, I was interviewed by illustrious writer and chef (yes, that’s correct, he’s also a masterful culinary expert) Herbert M. Brindl for Rogue Cinema. I’ve been interviewed a fair amount over the years in all kinds of publications — from print to the internet — regarding my somewhat harrowing and sadly-all-too-common experiences as the writer/directorContinue reading “Desires & Lessons: Articulating A Filmmaking Experience”

Cinema Of The Infantile: Welcome To The New Millenium


I’ve been hard on America lately, it’s true. But with people like Sarah Palin and Rush Limbaugh and Dick Cheney and Lou Dobbs and Joe The Plumber and… Well, the list goes on. With these folks popping up every few minutes to force some other piece of dimensionless drivel down the throats of Americans, manyContinue reading “Cinema Of The Infantile: Welcome To The New Millenium”

Accountants, Lawyers & Fratboys: THE DAY THE EARTH STOOD STILL


It’s no secret to anyone who knows me that I’m not fond of the studio movie-making machine and haven’t been for a long, long time. Taken over decades ago by accountants, lawyers and frat boys, the Hollywood film industry is like one of those terrifying zombie flicks where the dead just keep on walking evenContinue reading “Accountants, Lawyers & Fratboys: THE DAY THE EARTH STOOD STILL”