Día de los Muertos Halloween makeup attempt. I believe I did an awesome job for the first try.
Part II of my short walk around Union Square Farmers Market and the neighborhood on one fine morning.
Did I mention how much I love New York City? I think I’ve been saying it every day for the last couple of months at least and yet I am not tired of repeating it. Just look – there is so much magic on the streets and in people faces! This weekend I ended up doing a test of a Helios 44-2 lens off my soviet Zenith-E camera with a canon 5d II, which turned out even better than I suspected.
I’d like to share a narrative film project by Frances Bathory I am taking part in.
We are raising money for our feature film, “Wait in Room 219” by using kickstarter our link is http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1684754647/wait-in-room-219 .We appreciate any help so if you can’t donate it would be greatly appreciated if you would pass along this information about our film.
A bit about our film: it is shot on 16 mm film not digital video, the narrative involves just 2 characters in one location. The film is shot in sequence, with 10 scenes, each shot in single 9 minute takes. The lead female is the type of woman Bette Davis was famous for portraying, a strong willed, intelligent, dominant presence.
We are shooting in one day with a budget of $5000, $3000 of which is for the film and developing. If you are interested or want to know more please click the link for kickstarter or go to our website www.waitinroom219.com, or email the producer / director at email@example.com. Thanks for reading about our film, any interest or help is appreciated.