Monthly Archives: "May 2013"

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Great Screenwriting Of A Non-Verbal Scene

May 27, 2013 | 0 Comments

I’m a screenwriting junkie. For twenty years I was either writing or trying to write screenplays. Then when I joined the Digital Revolution and decided to only write scripts that I could make myself, as...

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Last weekend I was sent out to shoot a quick V.O. (voice over) of the once-a-month vet clinic that veterinarians and vet students from the U .C. Davis Hospital of Veterinary Medicine provide for the...

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KCRA Ilsa Hess – Vegan Nacho Cheese Dip

May 19, 2013 | 0 Comments

Several months ago I was sent to cover Veg Fest, an all-vegetarian food & health event, for KCRA-3‘s weekend news. One of the people we interviewed there was Ilsa Hess, who was selling her all-vegan...

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After Spartacus and Lolita, Stanley Kubrick had the clout to do anything he wanted. The Cold War was near to boiling in the early 1960s with the Berlin Wall going up, nuclear tests and missiles...

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I first discovered Anthony Hontoir shortly after I’d purchased my Éclair Cameflex CM3 35mm movie camera last year. I was Googling for information on the camera and came across Anthony’s website with images of...

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KCRA Midtown Farmers Market 4-27-2013

May 4, 2013 | 0 Comments

It’s been a while since I’ve done a same day news story — as both photographer and reporter — so I’m very glad to resent this latest addition. Last weekend my Saturday was all mapped...

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Every now and then a film organization reaches out to me to help spread the word about their film. This one sounds interesting. And it’s from a new website that’s geared to independent filmmakers. This...

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