For the third year in a row, the Melody Inn is hosting the screening of a movie by Radomir Jordanovic. Come see characters get stressed out over a poker game! It’s about as easy to watch whether or not you know how to play poker or any card game at all.
Tuesday may be a work night, but that’s probably covered by the two screening times. If you stay for the whole event, you’ll see two same screenings and two bands. You can also leave early or arrive late and still see bands and a screening.
There’s a $5 cover that will be distributed beteween paying for music, movie making costs, and a donation to the victims of the recent hurricane. People in the video and the bands do not need to pay a cover, but a $2 donation that would have come out of the cover is suggested. No pressure.
Tell your friends! Tell your families! Bring everyone to this show! It’ll be a fantastic end-of-summer evening!
I’ve just shot another short movie after two weddings in one week. People are getting ready for the next big movie premiere, already booked, September 19th, at the Melody Inn with at least one band signed up.
I’m available for commercial, event, and wedding work, photo or video, so let me know what you need so we can work together.
I’ve been picked up as the camera and sound guy for Our Bloody Hallows’ Eve, a horror movie by Creephouse Films. Filming starts in New Jersey on the 15th, so I’m going on a road trip! I’m very excited to be under two weeks away, and I look forward to meeting all the new people. It’s definitely going to be a great time.
The GoFundMe page is still running and needs more $$. So far, the team before I joined had put in $7000 in equipment, costumes, and the like. Go donate, please, to make sure everything goes deliciously: https://www.gofundme.com/2m3vfpw4
I made another video! I’ve been working on Naptown Vice, a movie about two vice detectives strung out on coke who are trying to take over the cocaine distribution or at least harness it in some way because the police department is on to their main suppliers. There’s also a love triangle.
I was very excited about this video because I got to wiggle around and make toast. Also, I got some new lenses and worked with them throughout most of the project. In post production, I labored longer over color grading and used a “Bleach Bypass” filter to give the video a look that goes with its music and possible message.