Sunday, September 28, 2008

Card House

This video has Bradley Pennington in it. And features a GarageBand soundtrack.

High Quality Entertainment

Feel free to hop on over to: (my You Tube page) anytime you're looking for some good movie viewing. Feel free to, you know, rate the videos and stuff. And comment on them... And watch them.


Good Whale

You will all be glad to know that I have uploaded a decent version of To Chase a Whale to You Tube, without all the snap, crackle and pop of my first effort.

I'd also just like to take a second and thank all of you who have been so supportive of my film career (too young to be called a 'career?') so far. God has blessed me very much through you, and I want you to know that I'm so grateful.

Okay, here's the movie:

You could watch this too, if you wanted to:

(It's my first project from my Art of Film Class [at the awesome NW Film Center!]; just an exercise to us aquatinted with the cameras we were using. I loved it though, so I'm sharing it with you.)

Thursday, September 18, 2008

Lucas In Love

This is the best Star Wars parody I've ever seen (and I've seen a few, lemme tell ya).

Ladies and gentlemen, Lucas In Love:

Friday, September 12, 2008

Thursday, September 11, 2008

Putting the music of Joel Clarkson to work...

This is for a sermon that our Pastor preached recently. The topic was "Submission", and, as you can see, the overall theme that we are going through, is relationships.

The song is "In the Shadow of the Mountain", by my good friend Joel Clarkson. You can hear that song and others, at his website.

Here is one from much earlier. This is one of the first sermon videos I did, and the theme was on the Fatherhood of God. The series was "Treasures of God." Once again, the music is by Joel Clarkson.

UPDATE: Here is a much better version of it then I had previously uploaded. The audio was off on the old one (annoying when timing of music is one of the only things you have going for your project; when the elements of your project are so sparse, that timing with music is one of the few you are relying on.)

Leah means "wild cow."*

I rejoice in this fact. I'm going to name a protagonist of mine Leah as soon as I can.
*According to my mom's "Bible Dictionary."

Installment Number Thirty Three...

"Indeed, nothing much else can ever happen if the 'stern' and the 'meek' fall into two mutually exclusive classes. And never forget that this is their natural condition. The man who combines both characters—the knight—is a work not of nature but of art; of that art which has human beings, instead of canvas or marble, for its medium."

—C. S. Lewis, in his essay "The Necessity of Chivalry"

( Living rightly does not come by accident, it must come from your hand. God, may I fully submit myself to be shaped in such a way.)

Installment Number Thirty Two...

"My function is to make whoever sees my films aware of his need to love and to give his love, and aware that beauty is summoning him."
— Andrei Tarkovsky

Today is September 11th

Tuesday, September 02, 2008