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    Rabbit Hunt

    by  • November 25, 2012 • Video • 1 Comment

    Rabbit Hunt was shot during the spring and summer of 2005. Largely improvisational, it’s the story of a forgotten primitive artist and the people searching for a piece of her artwork. The idea came to me out of the blue on a spring day, and a week later shooting got underway at the Inman Park Festival in Atlanta.  The original cut was just under an hour long. This version is under ten minutes and a lot more fun.

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    The Last Hour

    by  • November 25, 2012 • Video • 0 Comments

    This was my second project, for the 2005 48 Hour Film Project.  I put out a call on the internet and at work, and recruited dozens of people. Most of us had no experience to speak of, but everyone put in a professional effort and we had a blast.

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    In Memory of Those Left Behind

    by  • November 25, 2012 • Video • 0 Comments

    This short homage to one of my favorite television programs was an entry into the 2007 SciFi/Battlestar Galactica Short Film. There were hundreds of entries, many of them fantastic, and I have no idea if we did well or not. But, we had a lot of fun. Once again, a chance for me to bring together a variety of great actors and crew, including Vince Canlas, Chris Burns, Michelle Kegley, the delightful Emma Page and one of my Rabbit Hunt favorites, Ashley LeConte Campbell.  Oh, and my father-in-law, Bill Hajdu. Chris brought the explosives and the guns, I bought the uniform Vince wears from a tailor in Singapore. The outdoor scenes were shot in the swampy land behind my wife’s house in Oxford, Georgia. Two years later, that same swamp flooded and ate the house.

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    The Long Night

    by  • November 25, 2012 • Video • 0 Comments

    This was my 2007 entry into the Atom Films Star Wars Short Film contest. It was a fantastic chance to work with a number of talent folks.

    Carnal Highway

    by  • November 24, 2012 • Video • 0 Comments

    Carnal Highway was an entry in the 2006 48 Hour Film Project, written and produced by me and directed by Chris Tsambis. This trailer was cut by editor Christopher Thomas; unfortunately, I don’t have a or know of a cut of the final version.  We promoted the film at the screening by putting up posters claiming it was in 3d and distributing paper 3d glasses to the audience. Of course, it wasn’t in 3d. And an audio problem forced us to drop out of competition. But, I think we did manage to make some folks a bit uncomfortable with our effort to create a road movie that deliberately reversed gender roles AND had a sword fight. This might have been the most difficult production I’ve been a part of and I don’t remember it very fondly!