And it’s finally here! The sequel to last year’s breakaway hit, Lost in Spaces, debuted at this year’s staff retreat of the missions organization I work with (just before all the COVID-19 restrictions began to hit in force), and as of today it’s made it’s online debut.
Late last year, before social distancing and isolation guidelines would have made this impossible, my team and I worked on a short short film called Secret Council as a learning exercise.
Have a look at a little film we recently did in the context of the film training program I have been involved with.
No Entry is written and directed by me, and stars and was put together by a bunch of great people that I work with.
It’s really short (less than two minutes) but pretty cute I think. Enjoy!
So not long ago the people in my work team and I put together a little film project called I Ain’t Your Caffeine Monster.
So recently my media-related ministry had a team retreat, and during that time we had a short film exercise to work on. There were very few boundaries except in terms of time, (we ended up having about 1 1/4 hours to film, and the movie had to focus around a conflict between two characters.
A few months ago, the missions community that I work at was going on a staff retreat. One of the highlights of that semi-regular occasion is a “No Talent Night”. My friend Rod approached me with the idea of producing a short film for that evening. Ideas were bandied about and plans drawn up, and in the end, the movie you see at the bottom of the article was the result…more or less.
OK, let’s be clear, I’m no artist.
Just the other day I uploaded Episode 12 of The Hanna Jo Stories, the children’s audio series that I’ve been working on, intermittently, for some time.
I like to put together outtakes for most of my projects, and so here are some funny little bits from the making of this last one.
A new episode…at last…
Here we are, on the last Weekly Geeky Question of 2018, and the last one for the foreseeable future. And for this final week, my friend Rod (who has been asking me geeky questions as blog prompts all year long), has gone Christmas-themed. And it actually comes in two parts this time. The first part is this:
What is my favorite Christmas television special?