THE END OF THE FALL

This was a difficult film to make for a showcase called "Attack of the 50 Foot Reels," that would screen at the Egyptian Theater in Hollywood.

You were allowed one roll of Super 8 movie film.  Its scenes could only have one take and everything needed to be shot in sequence because there was no post-editing allowed.  The exposed film was sent back to the organizers for processing.  Even the soundtrack had to be created without seeing the film first. 

The first time I saw the film was at the screening with the audience.

THE LAUNDRY

I shot and directed this stage monologue my bro-in-law Freddy Douglas wanted to film.  A Laundromat allowed us to shoot in there.

CAFÉ ANNOYÉ

Excerpts from another "Attack of the 50 foot reel" Super 8 film I made with one roll of film and no editing.

HEINZ COMMERCIAL SPEC

I made this for a Heinz Ketchup commercial competition

LINUX COMMERCIAL

This is part of a silly demo commercial I made for a Linux spec ad.