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Monday, July 16, 2012
We know that it is true that this page is not updated as frequently as it should be. I'm not going to say that I will try to do better, because that would probably just lead to disappointment. What I am going to do is post this right now. And it will include a picture of a sculpture I finished awhile back as well as a link to more pictures of it.
|"I am standing on a penny."|
Thursday, August 11, 2011
Our screening was last night but most of our core team was unable to go. I heard from some of our actors and crew that we got a favorable reaction from the crowd. We won't know until next week if our film wins any awards. And now I present to you "Kill Txt Kill." I hope you enjoy it. The required elements were these:
- Genre - Superhero
- Character - Mac McGill, Explorer
- Prop - Wig
- Line of Dialogue - "Looks like you're in over your head."
Friday, August 5, 2011
I had to post this because Conan gives a shout out to the Brody and also because Ron Funches is pretty funny. If you want to see him and a bunch of other funny people live at the Brody Theater in Portland, Oregon tonight - go here for tickets and info.
Wednesday, August 3, 2011
The 48 Hour Film Project is upon us again. Team Nealham is back in action after taking last year off. I always find pitching this thing a difficult task because I can't yet tell if the result is something I will actually want you to see. Just in case it is, I would like you to know that our film is expected to screen in Group A - Wednesday, August 10th at 7PM. As usual, the screenings will be held at the beautiful, historic Hollywood Theater. Tickets don't seem to be on sale yet, but keep your eyes on the 48 hour site for more details and I'll probably update you again, too.
P.S. I can't come to the screening. I have to work. Will you please go in my absence and vote for our film so that it gets into the Best Of Portland Screening so that I can see it on the big screen? Thanks!
Sunday, July 10, 2011
It's been a long time, right? So many things have happened since the last post, I wouldn't even know where to begin, so let's just start fresh right here. Check out this tattoo someone recently got of an old painting of mine:
|Yes, of course I am immensely flattered.|