Tag Archives: indie filmmaking

A Statistical Study of the Film Industry

Statistics have been used since 5th century BC (thank you wiki) as a way to analyze a mass amount of data. produkt Over the past few years of working in the industry, whether it be commercial or otherwise, I have noticed some statistical patterns. On this page I have documented a few for scientifical purposes. […]

On directing Ink

I wasn’t really sure anymore if I still wanted to direct films.  It’s strange to say this as I’ve always been someone who knew exactly what I wanted to do –  be a film director.  My friends spent their high school and college years figuring out what they wanted to do as a career.  I […]

On the set of our new film Ink

This past weekend we started production on Classy Deer’s new short film Ink. It’s tremendously exciting to see this great story by Jen Silverman come to life through the magnificent performances by Josiah Thibodeau, Lyndsey Lantz, Emily Felt, Beverly Jaret, Harwood Gordon, and Dennis Lavalle.

10 Things to know about being an AD

  What is an AD you ask? What does an AD do? You have a lot of questions don’t you stranger?! Well, friend, “AD” is an acronym for Assistant Director.  Now, I know the title may sound like this person assists the director, but don’t let that fool you–an Assistant Director actually works for the producer, and his/her main […]