My new short film, “The Pact”, now available for viewing on YouTube:
…and be sure to check out the other films on my personal “channel”.
Posted in cinema, film, free film, Michael Bay, movie, short film, tagged "Torched", arson, cinema, comedy, film, free film, free movie, movie, Overactive Imagination Studio, Sam Burns, Schwinn bicycle, Sean Newton, short film on March 26, 2013 | Leave a Comment »
My son Sam and his creative partner in crime Sean Newton have finally posted their short film “Torched”.
The folks who’ve seen it are universal in their praise.
Find out why…and discover two young film-makers with a very bright future.
Michael Bay, your days are numbered.<p><a href=”http://vimeo.com/62587166″>Torched</a> from <a href=”http://vimeo.com/overactiveimagination”>Overactive Imagination Studios</a> on <a href=”http://vimeo.com”>Vimeo</a>.</p>
Posted in ambient music, free music, Garageband, independent publisher, independent writer, indie writer, Music, space music, Uncategorized, tagged "Exoplanet", ambient music, free music, instrumental music, Science fiction, shoegaze music, short film, soundtrack, soundtrack music on February 6, 2013 | Leave a Comment »
While I’m otherwise occupied, feel free to enjoy two of my recent ambient tunes.
The second, longer piece is an extended version of the soundtrack music for my new short film “Exoplanet”.
Posted in ambient music, electronic music, electronica, free music, iMovie, independent writer, independent writing, indie writer, Literature, movie, Music, Science fiction, space age, space music, writer, writing, tagged "First Contact", abstract, alien planet, cinema, experimental, free download, free movie, many worlds, movie, Science fiction, short film, space, Youtube on January 31, 2013 | Leave a Comment »
Taking a break from writing, concocted and edited a new short film.
“Exoplanet”…a love letter to science fiction.
Dedicated to Ian Sales and other bringers of wonder:
Posted in cinema, crime, Dark fantasy/horror, electronic music, film, film noir, free film, Horror, independent publisher, independent writer, indie writer, movie, tagged cinema, drama, experimental, film, free movie, lightning, movie, short film, storm, suspense, thriller, thunder on September 19, 2012 | 2 Comments »
Posted in film, independent publisher, independent writer, indie writer, short film, tagged apologies, Final Cut, iMovie (Mac), iMovie sucks, iMovie vs. Final Cut, mea culpa, problems with iMovie, short film, technical problems on September 18, 2012 | Leave a Comment »
I completed a new short film yesterday, had everything edited, the soundtrack perfectly synched and then…things went south on us.
The soundtrack, which I thought was flawless, still contained a hidden track of the original audio. I removed this annoying track umpteen times and thought I’d finally nailed it, with a big assist from Sherron. But last night, when we watched “Storm” on YouTube, that hidden track loudly announced itself yet again and we had to yank the flick from YouTube and both my blogs.
Bloody hell. iMovie is a strange, tricky program; sometimes it works like a dream and then there are the occasions when it behaves so irrationally, it’s like it has a mind of its own. I fear this could be one of the last efforts made with iMovie around here. Think it’s about time we switched to Final Cut—hopefully less annoyances, more satisfaction.
Regardless…we’ll give “Storm” a good going over today, see what we can do. I’m turning the whole thing over to my son, Sam, film-maker extraordinaire. If Sam can’t solve this, it’s time to call Stephen Hawking.
Sorry for the SNAFU and we should have the film re-posted later.