Tag Archives: animation

Film Release Madness: VOD

I haven’t been blogging much for the last two years – been too busy traveling, marketing, worrying and getting a slow motion nervous breakdown. But at some point I have to let it go. “Rocks In My Pockets” has been to … Continue reading

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New York Premiere Today!

Today will be partly cloudy, with 40% humidity, wind will blow from North with a West inflection. It will warm up to 30 Celsius (yes, after 20 years in USA I still think in meters and Celsius) with 0 chances … 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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The Day of Importance

Today’s probably the most important day for “Rocks In My Pockets”, but it surely doesn’t feel that way – it’s overcast and sort of gloomy. Inside I feel a bit like a partly deflated birthday party balloon. The fun times, … 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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Computers on the Dots.

Lately, our computers have been misbehaving. My 2009 laptop sometimes doesn’t want to move the cursor. The 2005 Mac Mini with it’s 1.5 GB RAM is still in the game, pulling the weight of huge Photoshop files, but it’s attachable … Continue reading

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