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Curiously, they wouldn't let us in with our light sabers.  Dec 17th.

The Enchanted Spacefaring Pirate Castle 2016

Happy New Year Ladies, Lords, space buccaneers, jedi, cyborgs, extraterrestrials of all kinds, and denizens of the fairy kingdom, I hope we will cross paths this year in one dimension or another. I felt very blessed in 2015 and 2016 is sure to be filled with thrills and chills. Welcome to my project update! I […]

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95ers movie reviews

My movie gets the BEST REVIEWS EVER!!!

Okay, okay, this blog post has kind of a brazen title. BUT, struggling writers and filmmakers are locked in mortal combat with movie distribution and publishing industries that have a bigger appetite for dollars than for good stories.  We need to remember that if we have something uplifting and interesting to say–the audience is indeed […]

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Tom the director acting like a nut on set, wearing a Star Trek shirt his kids made for him.

INDIE SCI-FI – from the basement to worldwide distribution

So, you like behind-the-scenes special features on big Hollywood movies? Well, in case you were wondering how some broke filmmakers made a ludicrously ambitious sci-fi film, won a bunch of awards, and got it into worldwide distribution, I cooked up these somewhat funny and nutty “making of” clips about my flick, 95ers. Sci-fi fans, aspiring […]

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On Enterprise bridge, we see a film leader

Media Industry Career Trek

Lots of people ask me: “How do I get a job in the media industry?” This has always been a tricky question. But something has happened in the last few years to make this even more complicated. Naturally, it has to do with Star Trek… But first, a little illustrative background I went to film […]

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