I published a short story A Homicide Detective’s Rude Awakening http://dynamiclethargyfilms.ca/stories/a-homicide-detectives-rude-awakening/ this week. I think it is a departure from what I’ve done in the past, but the idea has been haunting me for years. The inspiration came from a Law and Order episode.
I compiled my blogs about my detective story into three articles that I posted on Bukisa. Note: I discontinued my Bukisa account. Links to these posts can be found my My Transportation Planning Stories page: http://dynamiclethargyfilms.ca/transportation-planning-stories/
I submitted Line of Taxis to an on-line film festival. If I get the most votes, then I will win $5,000. I don’t think that is about to happen though. The idea for the festival is interesting, so I would encourage you to have a look at it. Don’t feel obligated to vote for my film.
Note: The link to the festival article no longer works, so I deleted it.
My Most Difficult Case
I started to work on My Most Difficult Case this week. When I made the film back in 2004, I got all my negatives transferred to DigiBeta tapes. There are a couple of shots I used in the final film that I didn’t get transferred. I do have alternate takes that will work as well.
The first order of business is to get my footage converted to computer files so I can work with it. I contacted several places this week and will be selecting one next week.
Note 2015 May 20: Fixed broken links