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Merry Winter Solstice!

Yesterday at 12:11 PM I was with my sweetheart, on N train crossing Manhattan bridge, going from Manhattan to Brooklyn.  It was the exact time of the 2013 Winter Solstice officially taking place. The Sun is now slowly turning back to us … Continue reading

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Parental Guidance in Filmmaking.

Do you show your work to your parents? I am sure American parents are super supportive, otherwise how would you explain the unfathomable self assurance of most Americans? The school system conspires with the parents, too. – Both teams have … Continue reading

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From Outer Space to Gravity of Marketing

Soon after we reached our May 31st goal – to get “Rocks In My Pockets” in enough shape to submit it to Toronto International Film Festival – I started to feel as if a powerful leg with a steel-toe boot … Continue reading

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Hope is a Signal Traveling Through Fat.

No hope exists outside our minds, unless it’s a pretty girl with a name Hope. Hope is a work of neurotransmitters transmitting signals from a neuron to a target cell across a synapse. And it all happens inside the fatty matter of brain. It’s surprising how humans … Continue reading

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Merry Summer Solstice!

Lately I noticed that when I wanted to do something half legal (am not telling you what it is, but it’s not smoking pot) I had to wait a long time before it turned dark so I could do my … Continue reading

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Ice Fishing for Thoughts.

When a girl goes to forest and there, in the darkness, a wolf accosts her, scaring her witless, it would be good if she came back and told the villagers what she saw. It may keep another girl from venturing … Continue reading

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Getting to the Finish Line.

You know that feeling when the worry is so overpowering it is about to snap you in half? In the last two months I spent a few nights in a company of such worry. But not to worry – we worked … Continue reading

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