Thursday, December 29, 2005

More fun with my Film Family

Yesterday, Rod and I helped Keenon push his car from the Walgreen's on Park and Highland to Smitty's Garage or something like that down the street on Highland. In spite of this tragedy, Keenon still cracked jokes. He described how he drove down Tuesday night on his daughter's pink bicycle to ensure that the car hadn't been towed. His description begs for a visual. I mean, it BEGS for a visual. After that, Rod and I went to Best Buy on Winchester. Boy, that Rod's a cutup. We always have these crazy conversations that make me wish we had a camera. That's my crew. Pittstop Productions and Dog Day Pictures have my back like recliners. Keenon's misfortune has also delayed production on Just the Two of Us, but not to worry, dear readers, we will resume filming after January 1. To all the actors who gave magnificent performances, I understand your plight and frustration. We are getting closer to the finish line. Sometimes, real life can make our film fantasies come crashing down. We'll get through this, though. That's about it, good readers. Be easy.

PS Gotta plug this going on at the Media Co-Op tonight:

The MeDiA Co-op, and Sawed-Off Pictures present Thursday December 29th 8:00pm @ The MeDiA Co-op 1000 S. Cooper Memphis, TN 901.278.9077
A world premiere screening of a new film by Ben Siler PROM QUEEN2005 30min"The most clever, insightful, and hysterical film to come out of Memphis...certainly Ben Siler's best work to date" -MjFFeaturing Katherine Dohan, Morgan Stewart, Alanna Stewart, Lindsay Reed, et al...
and The award winning short film from Kentucker AudleyBRIGHT SUNNY SOUTH2005 27min
**official selection 2006 Slamdance FilmFestival****best local short film 2005 indie Memphis Film Fest**Featuring: Brett Magdovitz, Mark Pergolizzi, Carly Cripe,and Andrew Nenninger


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