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January 18th, 2012 @ 4:59 pm by admin
Just returned yesterday evening from a quick trip to LA for some marketing and distribution meetings, only to wake up to a blizzard today. Visibility outside my window is around 50 feet right now, and the snowfall is horizontal. As a transplant from Foam Lake, Saskatchewan, I couldn’t be happier. This weather makes me feel right at home.
Just bury me in my parka and everything should work out fine.
At any rate, our LA meetings went well, and we should have an announcement on that soon. Meanwhile, I’m psyching myself up to get back into the edit. I ended last week kind of stuck, but the long weekend away gave me some insight into how to move forward. However, there’s always that soft voice of fear as I’m about to take the next step. Can I really do it? Do I actually have something important to say? Will anyone care?
Only one way to find out, and that’s to stop worrying and get on with it.
Oh yes, somehow in the midst of our trip I managed to watch Red State, Dogma and Tinker, Tailor, Soldier Spy. All three films were interesting in their own right, but Dogma was far and away my favorite. It’s relentlessly crude, but it’s also full of good, honest questions and even a few profound answers–some of which bear directly on hell. So if you have a strong tolerance for profanity (growing up in Foam Lake gave me that, among other things), you may want to check it out.