Dust Nuggets is a feature film. Full-length. Yup, and I’m scared. Never did this before.
The film’s a mind-bender. Dreamscape. Surreal at times. Something you’ve never seen before for sure. Not frightening or hard to understand, just different. Aren’t you ready for something new?
We put together a test short when we were first trying to figure out what the film was about. You can see that on Youtube.
There’s more information about the film at our fundraising page.
What we need most of all right now are donations. Please consider helping.
Very happy to say my film, Traffic Opera, is headed for Sydney, Australia. It’ll be screened in the Sydney Indie Film Festival, Monday, October 29, 2018. Way to go down under! Info: http://sydneyindiefilmfestival.com
Call for Actors
Now casting for Dust Nuggets feature film
Shooting for Dust Nuggets will commence December 2018 and continue through May 2019. This is a drama about a struggling garage band. Shooting will take place in southeastern PA, primarily in Berks County.
Joanie – age 9-12, curly brown hair any ethnicity
Ivan/Yvonne, — 30-50, any gender, any ethnicity
Dee — 30-40s male, any ethnicity
Q — 30-40s male, any ethnicity
Harry/Harriet – talk show host 30-60s, any gender or ethnicity
Tom Waits as Renfield in Bram Stoker’s Dracula – any age, ethnicity, or gender. If you can convince us you are Tom Waits as Renfield, you got the part.
This is a non-SAG production, but rates comparable to SAG will be paid.
We also need a lot of extras for this production. All ages, ethnicities, and genders. No pay or travel stipends for extras.
Auditions will be held in November. Please send headshot and resume to email@example.com
I’m on the murky road to film financing. My latest project — following the wild and wonderful ride with Traffic Opera — is called Dust Nuggets.
I’ll be partnering with Andrew Pochan once again. This time we’re going full bore to create a feature film. We shot a teaser for this back in March and finally have it posted: https://youtu.be/-TkVt_1noTA
It’s a mind bending psychological drama with a nod to the Iambic pentameter. It’s Dr. Seuss meets David Lynch. It was originally a web series, but Andrew and I changed things around, got our own minds blown on some big hairy Pharma product, and spit out a script for a full length feature film. With unicorns. We can’t wait to get this mutt financed. If you see us coming, you might want to run in the other direction because we will definitely be asking about money.
See you down at the permit office.
I hate writers that write about writing, but this here little supercut of writers with writer’s block is too cute to not pass along. Check ‘er out from some guy named Ben Watts and his buddy Ivan Kander. Good work boys. Now go get a banana nut muffin.
Unmitigated creativity at its best from somebody named Terri Timely:
Beautiful little film from PBS (thanks Kate Mallow for the rec) that shows how great a short, short story can be. They’re calling it a poem, but I think it’s a full story.