Is it wrong to actually have fun at work? Or even more outrageous – to love what you do?
I always thought it was a fault not to have a five-year, or ten-year, or twenty, plan. It turns out that the upside is you might end up doing something you never would have thought of when plotting out that plan. I am quite sure I never would have imagined movie making in my future, but hey, I guess it kinda makes sense – it’s just another way to tell a story.
So, this is what I’ve been doing lately – and it has been so much fun. Franklyn, my partner on the upcoming documentary – Working for Your Life, has been making indie films for awhile now, and I’ve been helping him on his most recent venture – Death is No Escape. Check it out here. Death is No Escape.
And here: Cypher Basement Theatre.
We’ve entered the film in seven festivals. Unfortunately, until those are done, the only way to see Death is No Escape (yes, it’s a horror film, and the scariest thing about it is watching myself onscreen), is to see it in Brooklyn. Not a bad reason to come visit me!