Archive for 2010:
A semi-fine assembly of a test scene shot for The Glass Slipper; it will be incorporated into the final cut of the film.
Making even a “no-budget” film is expensive! Particularly while looking for work in an imploded job market. Surely you’d like to help out a bit–and don’t worry, you’ll get something more than karma points out of the deal.
I’m going to put some “soy extracts” (i.e. some old edamame shells) into some regular lye soap, call it my “supreme hydrating exfoliation formula,” and make a billion dollars. Also, I’m going to take some factory-dreg soybeans, press them into the shape of a steak, and call it a “Vegan Deelite Soylet Mignon,” and make two billion dollars. Also, I’m going to glue together a big ball of soybeans and dry macaroni, call it an “ecoball,” say it has “as many uses as your imagination has facets,” and make three billion dollars.Hell, maybe I should just make six billion-dollar-bills out of soybeans. Cha-ching.