How Not to Suck at Networking

Festies! (film festival besties) At the Nashville Film Festival. Film is a collaborative medium. You need other people to help you make your movie. From actors to crew, and the better your collaborators are the better your movie can become. But networking sucks. It’s kinda like online dating ... a numbers game and can feel... Continue Reading →

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ZTB @ Intl Horror and Sci-Fi Film Fest

The International Horror and Sci-Fi Film Fest was a blast.  Here's some pictures of us promoting the event with our zombie minion street team.  A few weeks before the event we canvased First Friday (and I actually got snapped by the AZ Republic), and then later we lurked the halls of the event itself.  Thanks... Continue Reading →

A Film Festival vs Comicon Film Festival

Dragon*Con is one of the biggest comicons in the U.S.  It's the East Coast San Diego comicon, essentially, being in Atlanta.  Last year, "Until the End of Everything" played in their Independent Film Festival, and it was a thrill to go to.  It was easily ten times bigger than our Phoenix Comicon.  This year "Zombie... Continue Reading →

ZTB @ The Phoenix Comicon

"Zombie Team Building" played at the 2010 Phoenix Comicon.  It was a total blast.  Thanks to our zombie minions who helped and passed out postcards for us, and to Sam and Nate who helped make them.  Here's two behind the scene videos I shot on the experience: Part One Part Two

Another 48 Hours

Another installment of my old MySpace blogs, this one telling the tale of returning back to the 48 Hour challenge experience, a year after The Lords of Dragonhoth ... ---------------- Tuesday, February 26, 2008 The Revenge:  Another 48 Hours While we were happy with how "Dragonhoth" came out with last year's 48 hour film challenge, the... Continue Reading →

Lords of Dragonhoth – Old Blogs

The following is a collection of old blogs originally posted on MySpace about the production of "Lords of Dragonhoth." (Yay!) This is an interesting look back to Feb. 2007, which was essentially the beginning of the "Squishy Studios brand", as Dragonhoth was the very first movie of ours to bear the production company name. Billy... Continue Reading →

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