July 18, 2006
Some Analog Lines. Again.
I've some beautiful friends. Ignoring my own muted hints of self promotion, they've been spreading the word about Some Analog Lines via every online interface in existence, putting my own humble efforts to shame. I thank you all - and in support of your support, I'm going to not suggest but ask that you go vote for my movie! Those italics are meant to be indicative of confidence, by the way, and not braggodocio. There's just over a week left before they close the polls, so head on over and cast your ballot.
I woke up this morning with caffeine tremors left over from the night before. The only nice thing about that happening is that I don't have to make coffee in the morning.
Last week, Curtis downloaded Us by Regina Spektor (from her Soviet Kitsch album) onto my desktop. I'd been aware of her for a while, but I must have never actually heard her before - if I had, I'd surely have immediately bought the album and listened to it incessantly for days on end. Which I did, and have been doing, although that one song is still the one I'm spinning most (when I'm not watching the video for it, which is lovely and amazing in a Gondy-esque fashion - and, more importantly, eschews all special effects and even all edits in all the right places).
I have at least one music video of my own to get started on when I get back to Texas and all the equipment and collaborators that await me there. If I could actually maintain a steady pace of work on a given project, I'd be done with both of them by September. But try telling that to the little clay man who's been sitting still in his chair in a room grown thick with dust for nearly a year now....
Posted by David Lowery at July 18, 2006 02:21 PM
Impressive short. I voted for it. Yay.
Posted by: Adam Donaghey at July 23, 2006 12:54 PM
Oooh, just saw the short this morning. Like the Minority Report thingie you did in the end.
Posted by: Edmund Yeo at July 31, 2006 10:28 AM