Monthly Archives: "June 2013"

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KCRA All-American Made House 6-11-2013

June 17, 2013 | 0 Comments

This started out as one of those “Drive up there and check this out” assignments that KCRA assignment desk editor Melissa Chacon gives me from time to time. The thought being that at worst it...

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(When you read this (if you read this), imagine the voice of the curmudgeon in the tone of Peter Falk.) “I’m artistic! I need to create! I need to create and share with others!” “Okay....

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There was simply too much in the 2001: A Space Odyssey room in the Stanley Kubrick Exhibit at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art to contain it in one blog. 2001 is one of...

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In 1968 the world was going through a radical social shift with the war in Vietnam, the anti-war movement, the rise of drug experimentation, the youth movement, music taking radical shifts from being something to...

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Diggin’ The Digital Cinema Cafe

June 4, 2013 | 0 Comments

I’ve now listened to three episodes of the Digital Cinema Café and I have to say . . . I’m loving it! I’m up to Episode 3 in their 7-in-7 debut week — seven podcasts...

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Studio, No — Distribution, Yes!

June 4, 2013 | 0 Comments

This is a follow-up to my earlier blog about the Dixon movie studio. In that I mentioned that everywhere that I’ve lived there have been people who have been very vocal about wanting to build...

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The Digital Cinema Cafe is a new video filmmaking & editing podcast and I couldn’t be more excited! The podcast is the creation of Alex MacLean, with Colorflow in San Francisco, and Chris Fenwick, a...

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Ever since the first inklings of the new American Independent Film Movement started evolving back in the 1980s, everywhere I’ve lived there’s always been somebody getting their names in the press and is discussed as...

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