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Jennifer Strauss recently interviewed Arin Crumley nad Susan Buice for a Moviemaker Magazine article hitting the stands November 2007. They recorded it and you can watch it on Arin's videoblog. Yay!
DIY Days launched today in Los Angeles, and here is my video presentation that I made remotely, since I was unable to make it to LA this time. I discuss a strategy for picking and using tools to build an audience for your film on the Internet.
As promised, there is a list of tools on my website here:
This new years eve crystallized some big concepts for me. I wasn't planning to create new years resolutions but as I let my self sleep in recovering from the catastrophes of the day before the ways in which I'd like to improve came flying into my head.
While coming to terms with it all I also was dedicating all my creative energy into figuring out what I could make for Google. They'd given me the unreleased Nexus One a few weeks prior and asked me to make a video about it offering a substantial financial incentive.
So I really wanted to do something that we both would be proud of but literally couldn't get organized enough to get it done.
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This episode shows the mistake of an all or nothing attitude and shows us deciding whether to put energy into our relationship or focus more on our work together.
Music in this episode by Stone Jack Jones on the label Fictitious Records. Additional camera operating and additional interviews by Marc Scrivo Appearances by Arin Crumley & Susan Buice
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Episode 4 is about sabotaging yourself and your relationships. Why do we do this to ourselves? To have so many abilities but still fall short at the last moment when it really counts is such a tragedy.
The song in Episode 4 is by Amanda Casanellas and the score was done by Golden Pastime. For streaming music and more info about songs used in the video podcast go to myspace****/foureyedmonstersmusic. Appearances in this episode by Arin Crumley, Susan Buice, Marc Scrivo, Dorian Nuskind-Oder, Joe Griffin, Cassie O’Sullivan, Andrew A. Peterson, & Dorian Nuskind-Oder.
Additional DVX-100 camera operating by Joe Griffin, Andrew A. Peterson & Joeseph Hung. Edited with Final Cut Pro with a special thanks to Apple Computer for their software.
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Are emotions fact? I feel there for it is? Well in some ways yes. It is a fact you feel the way you do. But also other people may feel differently or may not have intended for you to feel that way. So leaning on emotions as your navigational guide could be inaccurate. You could feel a certain way that is really all in your head and not real. So maybe people should just keep their feelings to themselves until they pass because they aren't based on reality anyway. But then how are they supposed to cope with the fact they feel so terrible and proactively prevent the triggers from occurring more. A confrontation must occur. At this point it does become real. Something must be said. And now that has been said. And now we really are fighting and now some paranoid mental kink has become 100 percent real. And thus the manifestation of inner demons into the outer real world. As shitty as it is, all the positive things that occur also take a similar path from metaphysical into reality, so it's all just the yin and yang of existence.
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Assistant Editor for this Episode: Zachery Milan
Artists that drew illustrations for this episode: Susan Buice , Jesse Proia , and Joseph Hung . Models that posed for the illustrations: Dorian Nuskind-Oder , Joe Griffin , Joel Kennedy , Joseph Hung , Matthew Green , Andrew Peterson , and special thanks for help with the photography for the illustrations to Matthew Green , Andrew Peterson , Alexandra Bialkin , Megan White , Jay White , Matthew Emmit and Crissie Twombly.
Appearances in this episode by: Susan Buice , Arin Crumley , Marc Scrivo , Dorian Nuskind-Odor , Cassie O'Sullivan , Joe Griffin , Brad Calcaterra , Monica West , Michael Cuomo , Andrew A Peterson , Joseph Hung , Margret Echeverria and Joel Kennedy standing in for "Susan's crush" out at Park City.
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Is love an illusion? Is it something we see happening and feel so magical about but then in reality never happened at all? I don't know. The fact that relationships just begin to deteriorate over time causes me to lean towards the idea the love never really existed to begin with beyond our own delusional experience of feeling that it did. If that is the case, why not just chase that wonderful feeling and when you find it try to keep it as long as possible. But there is fear, you know that everything has an end. What can be done to keep it going?
There is one way to extend the reality two people create together. And that's to create something together. Whether it's a child or a film or an album, that process will create a greater purpose and a reason to keep working for it to continue and therefor be the glue of the relationship.
So what happens when that takes over? When there is only work and no special magical feeling? When the glue stops working. Or your creation together is done. It's all grown up now and ready to be shipped off to the world. Is there anything now holding two people together other then the idea that they are supposed to stay the way they were? Once in love always in love? We shall see.
Episode 9 is one of the 13 episodes on our DVD that also has the film we created together and it can be bought at:
Music in this episode:
The Golden Pastime
Animation of illustrations by Susan Buice &:
Arin Crumley, Susan Buice & Kyle
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Why throw the baby out with the bath water? Maybe there are some aspects to a failing relationship that can be salvaged? I'm so persistant that I'll just keep bargaining and negotiating a shittier and shittier deal. When do you walk away from the table? Or is it bad to think of things so black and white, on or off. Is there a gray? If two people are going to be thinking of each other all the time even though they are dating new people, why not also keep in touch and be able to sort of be together as well? Is this a sloppy way to go? Is a clean break really so clean?
This episodes is part of our project called Four Eyed Monsters which contains a feature film and 13 episodes plus a compilation of music all available on a DVD/CD combo available online at *******foureyedmonsters****/dvd
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