Saturday, March 30, 2002

This violence cannot continue be tolerated. I'm angry - too angry to blog today. Enough said.

Friday, March 29, 2002

Soooo incredibly sorry! My isp went tits up on Tuesday and wouldn't give me access until late last night - so I can honestly say that i haven't lapsed (and no, I don't blog at work) - and besides, very little has happened. Spring (the temperate feeling of) is looming in and out between days, leaving all of us baffled. Is it hot? Cold? John Waters said one of the things he hates is when people (esp East Coasters) get the first pseudo-warm day of spring and decide to wear shorts, only later to find them freezing at the bus stop in the evening because it's too cold. Well - it's one of those kinds of days... I am feeling the itch - the need to go out, be active and social (especially on a friday night) -- but the other half of me is still cold and cranky from winter - wanting to be indoors, walled up w/my DVD player and a Laura Linley movie.
In any case - all week I've been wanting to link this great art piece on historical screen shots... Why be Laura Croft and shoot fake cgi zombies when history is the most terrifying videogame of them all?
Ok - enough cynicism before the weekend.

Monday, March 25, 2002

My mind is all over the place. Commentary at 11:00

Sunday, March 24, 2002

Filmed today and it's a wrap! (Very auspicious considering it's Oscar night)... We filmed on the Bainbridge Ferry (*stars were Beate, Lyle, James and myself - Rachel was cinematographer and AD)... We did it guerrilla style, sneaking onto the ferry and filming different scenes... I don't want to give too much away, except to say that everyone did such a great job acting, and pacing was so good that we covertly and efficiently managed to get through the entire film in the 30 minute ferry ride. Now I just have to edit it and put it on the desired format. Once that happens - off to Wigglyworld.