It's long been a personal goal of mine to find a way to include the views of other artists and filmmakers to make my blog more dynamic. Feedback has always been a part of this, but it's also always been limited. So, I'm happy to announce that a new series of blog posts titled, Cinematic Acrobatic Presents, will be debuting soon. These new posts will feature interviews from a variety of independent filmmakers, artists, students, and generally those with their own take and approach to media.
Several interviews have already taken place, and I look forward to increasing and sharing the number of perspectives in this series. As a way to promote and introduce new talent at the beginning of their careers, this is also an opportunity to learn from those who have already established themselves in their respective fields. At the very least, I hope Cinematic Acrobatic Presents is a way to broaden the scope of Editing Luke and introduce my viewers to a wealth of other unique and talented creators.
I wanted to officially announce this series to let everyone know that if you would like to be a part of it you can be! It's a great way to promote yourself, share your work, and network. The only real catch is that your contribution still needs to be related to production, video, writing, editing, photography, movies, or things along those lines. Just contact me through this site or my email listed in the sidebar to tell me about yourself and I'll be in touch. I'm happy to include as many people as possible - it is the number of perspectives after all that will make this experiment both informative and entertaining.
Sep 13, 2009
Sep 4, 2009
Just an average looking calculator, perhaps? No! Episode 1 of Buick to the Future wouldn't have been the same without the addition of this simple punchline. This calculator. as the keypad for setting the year. was the only prop that actually made the Buick into a time machine - or at least something that it wasn't already. You'll be happy to know that it's still the one and only calculator I use.
Sep 1, 2009
Shot at Salvation Mountain - Near Niland, California
Shot at the famous dinosaurs from Pee Wee's Big Adventure and The Wizard - Cabazon, California
Shot at the end of the Newport Pier overlooking the Pacific Ocean - Newport Beach, California
Shot in the backyard of the vacation house in the pool - Indio, California