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Entry #30: Love Is Risk

In March 2012, as I was developing Bridge and Tunnel, I wrote a cynical blog entry on here about love and how it was going to play a role in my new script.  Upon reading it, Peter Troy, a novelist … Continue reading

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Entry #29: The Art I Studied While Making “Bridge and Tunnel”

Back in 2012, about a month before The Newest Pledge was released, I wrote an entry about the films I studied while making that movie.  It reads pretty much how you’d expect it to; I cited Animal House and Revenge … Continue reading

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Entry #28: Be Nice to Everyone on Set

I wrote this for another blog as a guest blogger, then they changed what they wanted me to write for them (frustrating).  I felt this was valuable so I decided to post it on here instead: My name is Jason … Continue reading

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Entry #27: Ten Early Observations from the US Film Festival Circuit

Part of the strategy that my producers and I developed to help get Bridge and Tunnel in front of audiences was to try and get into as many film festivals in the world as we could.  We felt as though … Continue reading

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Entry #26: Answering “Dumb” Questions

One of the most common questions I get after a screening of one of my films is “what films were you watching you made this?”  I also get “who is your favorite director” a lot.  The worst question is “what’s … Continue reading

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Entry #25: Oneirophobia (Sleep is For the Weak)

This upcoming Friday Bridge and Tunnel will be unveiled to supporters of the film at Cinema Village in New York City. Two days later the film will screen on Long Island at Bellmore Movies, not far from where a bulk … Continue reading

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Entry 24: How the Cast of My Second Feature was Built

My last post was in May, a lot has happened since. Most significantly production on Bridge and Tunnel has wrapped. A project that began brewing in my mind in the Summer of 2010, and finally came to completion in the … Continue reading

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