My correspondence has become less consistent these days and that's due in part to the fact that I've been doing paid videography work as well as prepping for two live action short films. As you can imagine, my schedule has been tight, and it shall remain so for the foreseeable future.
The original idea behind Victorian Cut-Out Theatre was spawned by my wife's fascination with British adaptaions of Jane Austen and Charlotte Bronte novels, of which there are many. As you can imagine, I have no such fascination, although I see why they're so popular and if asked to ever perform in one I would most certainly jump at the chance.
Hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving. Mine was pretty brilliant, but as all of the festivities were commencing, I found that, my thoughts were of parallel worlds and shogun showdowns. I'm glad I finally got it out of my system.
Things have been cracking down lately and unfortunately, I haven't been able to get as much done as I would like. While you try your best to be creative, life often intrudes. I haven't had the time to prepare for the festival to the level I would like, but there is a film and it will be shown HERE. Apologies to anyone who is waiting on me. I'm hoping things calm down after the honeymoon and I'll be able to get more work done.
So things have been a bit hectic here at Cigarette Burn Pictures in case you haven't noticed! (I haven't been able to post a new video in a while *insert sad emoticon here*). I've been receiving a great deal of interest from my short film "I Studied Shakespeare..." and as we speak, I'm preparing to screen it at The Philadelphia Film and Animation Festival this Sept 29th-Oct 2nd.