Shameless self-promotion: September 2006 Archives
I've uploaded two of my short films to revver.com:
• You're A Good Man, Charlie Kane"--a standalone excerpt from my mock-documentary about a musical version of Citizen Kane.
• Joe's First Day In Boston, which may be the most thrilling short film ever made about a guy waiting for a traffic light to change.
Why Revver, you might ask, rather than Google video or Youtube? Because Revver actually shares their revenues with content creators. Every time somebody watches my films all the way through and clicks on the ad at the end, I get a little money. My films have only been up for 24 hours, and already I've made 30 cents. At this rate, I'll make enough to bankroll a feature-length film in... let's see here... 456 years. Sundance, here I come!