Friday, February 12, 2010

The Hurt Locker, Jeremy Renner

OK folks. This blog will serve as my film log now too, as I want to record all the films I see.
The Hurt Locker is fantastic and the lead performance of Jeremy Renner is a stand out. Not surprisingly, he got an Academy Award nomination. However, he doesn't have a chance in hell of winning against Jeff Bridges or Clooney. But he probably is being noticed by producers and directors. I hope so. I am looking forward to seeing him in other roles--especially those with an accent. He looks like he could play a British gangster or something.

Wednesday, February 10, 2010

English language word of the week: diaphanous

Main Entry: di·aph·a·nous
Pronunciation: \dī-ˈa-fə-nəs\
Function: adjective
Etymology: Medieval Latin diaphanus, from Greek diaphanēs, from diaphainein to show through, from dia- + phainein to show — more at fancy
Date: 1614
1 : characterized by such fineness of texture as to permit seeing through
2 : characterized by extreme delicacy of form : ethereal
3 : insubstantial, vague
— di·aph·a·nous·ly adverb
— di·aph·a·nous·ness noun

Andy Warhol in a cowboy looking hat. Loving this book "The Genious of Andy Warhol" By David Dalton and Tony S. Somebody.

How about producing my own TV show in the spirit of AW. How about a press pass to do interviews in the name of AW. Love my stylin' abilities. Check out the photo place in Belmar. CAMC.

Monday, February 8, 2010

Main character; Develop protagonist first, Seeking collaborators for film about a MA female going crazy

OK! got here today. I think you need to write what you know. I agree with that. But you can write what you know with fiction or non-fiction. this woman has night and then day dreams of a sexual fantasy nature and the day dreams start to have destructive consequences. She will have a daydream/fantasy around it. Should she have a night-time dream before the daydreams start or after?
A screenplay where the protagonist is juggling kids and leaves the car seat at home.