Three Women on Multimedia Muse

Multimedia Muse was kind enough to give my film Three Women a really nice review.

They write:

The dialogue is of the inner-thought, whisper-spoken kind, thin on familial deets yet saturated with self-loathing. "I am ugly," begins the second chapter—some seriously hostile terrain for a male writer. And yet the language is so precise, the images so soulful (authored by photo wunderkind Pamela Chen) that the project feels truer to fact than fiction. How often do you find a multimedia piece (a work of fiction, no less) that illustrates such an unpopular truth: that a person's faults are what make them interesting.

See Three Women here, at MediaStorm.

Innovative Interactivity Names Two Projects Best of 2010

Innovative Interactivity, Tracy Boyer's multimedia blog, listed two project I produced this year in its best of 2010 roundup. The first is Three Women, a movie I wrote and directed, with accompanying photographs by the gifted Pam Chen.

The other is Undesired by Walter Astrada, a MediaStorm production.

You can see the rest of the list here.

What Now?

Two weeks ago, my short film Three Women premiered on MediaStorm. It was the culmination of three year's work and I can't think of a better home for it.

But now, I'm feeling just a little lost. The intensity of finishing Three Women has been replaced with uncertainty of what to do next.

It's times like these that it's important to remember that the creative process, from gestation to completion, is a cyclical one.

What has left will return.

My New Film 'Three Women' Now Showing on MediaStorm

I'm proud to announce the completion of my new short movie Three Women, premiering on MediaStorm.

The five-minute film features arresting visuals by photographer Pamela Chen and video by Jeff Hutchens. The short also stars a trio of gifted actors: Rhonda Keyser, Elizabeth van Meter and Monique Vukovic.

From the description:

Three Women is a short film about women in pain, struggling to make sense of their lives. It is a series of stories reduced to their emotional essence. This is a fictional piece but one that is also true.

I hope you'll check it out.