Live it: some Friday Inspiration

3 guys, 44 days, 11 countries, 18 flights, 38 thousand miles, an exploding volcano, 2 cameras and almost a terabyte of footage… 
= a trip of a lifetime & 3 shorts called “move”, “eat”, “learn”  
MOVE on Vimeo on Vimeo

This is a great example of “just doing it”.  If you haven’t shot and edited a short lately … this is your inspiration.

Bb

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Live It & Drink It : Ale & Art Mural Tour

My brother lives in Philly – so I’ve been there quite a few times.  I’ve noticed the murals but, I didn’t realize the shear number of murals until it was brought to my attention.  I think this is a great tour.  I mean who wouldn’t like a little exercise topped off by a couple beers?

Runaway Photo: Ale & Art Mural Tour in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania |… – StumbleUpon

 

 

 

 

 

Live It : Follow Doco Peeps on Twitter

These are fun people to follow on twitter …

THE DAILY NOTEBOOK @thedailyMUBI

> Film news and tips throughout the day, every day.

ERROL MORRIS @errolmorris

> documentary filmmaker

ROTTEN TOMATOES @rottentomatoes

> Unite the critics, inform the world.

KevinSmith

@ThatKevinSmith Body? L.A. Mind? N.J.
It begins with me covered in sperm, trapped in my old man’s balls. Then, suddenly… ESCAPE!

4. Judd Apatow

http://www.pbs.org/mediashift/2011/06/4-filmmakers-use-social-media-to-crowdsource-their-stories166.html

juddapatow.pngTwitter has become an immediate, collaborative tool for many filmmakers on and off the set. To help write jokes for his speech at the Producers Guild Awards, Judd Apatow hit up his community of followers. Apatow (“Bridesmaids,” 2011, “Knocked Up,” 2007) included this joke from @omitofo: “Inception is really about Hollywood. Everyone’s constantly trying to ruin your dreams so they can make a buck.” Follow Apatow on Twitter (@JuddApatow) and tell him a joke. If you’re lucky, he may just use your creation to amuse and entertain others.

Watch It : Trailer “General Orders No. 9”

 

 

 

 

Click to view: General Orders No. 9 – Movie Trailers – iTunes.

TRULY Inspiring and beautiful.  I can’t wait to see the entire film.  I put in a request to interview the first time filmmaker himself.

What do you think?

LOG LINE: An experimental documentary that contemplates the signs of loss and change in the American South as potent metaphors of personal and collective destiny.

For more information: http://www.generalordersno9.com/

AWARDS:

AWARDS

Slamdance – Kodak Vision Award, Best Cinematography
RiverRun – Best Cinematography
Indie Memphis – Soul of Southern Film

5 out of 5 Cheers.