Button was a complete blast to film. Currently I'm in the process of editing it and everything looks amazing. Working with the right people has made all the difference. Our actors were fantastic and our crew always knows how to have a good time while still being professional. This is the first time I've shot on 4k and I don't think I can ever go back. The colors! The Contrast! If anyone has any questions leave them in the comments and I'll try my best to get back to you.
So today I was reminded that myspace still exists and it got me thinking about how cool it all seemed at one point and how I thought there was no way that facebook would trump this wonderful place where you could add loud designs and embed like crazy, but then we all got old and decided myspace was childish and we left.
Well we abandoned it and forgot that if you weren't one of those few who in the end straight out hated myspace and deleted their pages then your profile still exists. Or in my case...
Three profiles as I thought it was cool to have a band page (me and garage band application) , A film page, and a regular old profile. Today i dug in my brain to remember the logins and when I did I unlocked hilarious treasures I thought long forgotten and probably should be.
I'm still impressed by the layout of these film and music pages in comparison to facebook. Where it's all links in doobily doos click here to redirect there etcetera etcetera. So today fat tuesday I encourage everyone to find thhir old page or make one now.
p.s. in no way is this an ad for myspace. If anything it's an ad for memories and
Went to a show in the back yard at the place I used to live. A few musicians were on tour and this was the last leg of their journey. There was beer, music, and a bon fire started with a flare gun. Check out the above video showing off about one song form each band. Below is link to each of their pages if you want to buy stuff or tell them hello.
Musical info (Written by Sharon and stolen by Jon)
Fathers & Suns! Locally world-famous, these boys wildcraft their rock and pop into a deliciously fizzy tonic.
Ryan Serrano! Ryan, a Chestnut in residence, writes songs that plant seeds of all kinds.
Real Live Tigers! (Austin) Pensive migratory blues-folk, tinged with hope and train smoke.
Super Famicom! (St Augustine) Emerging from the steamy capital of Spanish Florida, he's a conquistador of musical genres.
Dustin & the Furniture! (Asheville) Sunbeam daydreams about crushes and the imminent collapse of civilization.