"Hunters" is Amazon's newest series, which takes place in the '70s and follows a group of vigilante misfits seeking to destroy Nazi officials residing in America. The show has a stellar cast, starring Al Pacino and Logan Lerman among others. I intend on reviewing the ten episode series in two-episode batches.
Regardless of drawn boundaries and state lines, we all call this planet our home. The Peace Corps provides a unique opportunity to connect with and learn from communities in countries across the world. Together, with support across the world, we can protect our Earth. The following stories in this series will highlight the work and experiences by returned Peace Corps volunteers.
The thumbnail is an image of Beth Cavener's magnificent, "The Question that Devours." The sculpture is in the Chazen Museum of Art in Madison, Wisconsin and was the inspiration for this script. Unfortunately, due to the current environment, I am unable to shoot the film this spring. However, I rewrote almost the entirety of the script and would like to share what could have been. "Dust to Dust" is my passion project, and I hope to see it through in the future. Enjoy!
The frozen ground may be blanketed in a layer of fluffy snow with icicles clinging to the barn roof, but some families in Minnesota have been eating fresh greens for dinner all winter long. A Deep Winter Greenhouse (DWG) is a greenhouse designed specifically for northern latitudes with cold, dark winters.
One of my favorite genres is the coming-of-age teen comedy-drama. In a word, they are relatable. Rather than ignore teen's problems, films like these address the akward difficulty in growing up, along with the hilarious moments too. Above all, the biggest reason I love coming-of-age movies, is they are just plain fun.
Recently, I wrote a script for a dramatic short film that I will be shooting this Spring. "Dust to Dust" is my first serious attempt at writing a script, and I am thrilled to share it with you. It is still a work in progress, though as it stands, the story follows a young thief--Wayne Marcus--as he attempts to get out from under the thumb of Frank Garza--a middle-aged conman with dirt on Wayne.
Although humans and dolphins are separated by 95 million years of evolution and humans lack certain physical traits (we don’t tend to have tails or fins), there may be more in common between the two species than meets the eye.