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In a joint pep-talk to impressionable young filmmakers, Speilburg and Lucas put on a sour face and predicted the “implosion” of the film business. That’s a way to encourage them kids! They weren’t the first filmmakers to go curmudgeon when … Continue reading
When I heard about the Boston bombing, I didn’t know what to think. I was reminded of a high school history class, when we learned why Americans don’t like socialists. You ever notice that in the USA they don’t celebrate … Continue reading
Whatever you say about Chavez, one thing is certain. He won elections. He was popular. He is genuinely mourned. In other words, his people loved him. That may not be true for all his people. Some voted against him, and, … Continue reading
“North Korea is already tied up in layers of sanctions. They don’t seem to have have any impact. ” Says Lucy Williamson for the BBC. Little does she know, the sanctions do have an impact, and a big one. The … Continue reading
The first time I heard of “To Say Goodbye“, it was looking for money for its all-or-nothing Kickstarter Campaign. I wrote an article about writing history before it’s too late when it their campaign was in its final hours. Time … Continue reading
From applying to film school to networking with filmmakers, it seems the new standard question is “which movies moved and inspired you.” Trying to pick a movie from any given year is usually difficult because out of 800 or so … Continue reading
It started as a story on the Hokusai Manga, for the 1812 timeline, and it turned to the study of an inconvenient truth. Okay, some writers are billionaires. I’m ready for your list of best selling authors and other freaks. … Continue reading
Baltimore: July 27 1812. The war of 1812 is a done deal. Most of the surrounding “Democrats” support war with Britain, over stained honor from an attack of the USS Chesapeake. They want to fight because Britain is supporting guerrilla … Continue reading