FACT: Trump is always one to claim breaking records. Then why hasn’t he picked up on this remarkable accomplishment we wonder? Leave it FNTV’s Investigative Journalist and Senior International Dude Bob R. Bobbins to get to the bottom of this swampy-ness.
Hey there, here’s my first short flick of 2017, just in time for a short film festival about dreams, in Munich Germany. It’s subtitled, so you got no excuse not to spend 3 minutes of your life to check it out.
Here’s a scene from a comedy I wrote and directed, which takes the piss out of the acting industry–THE MADNESS OF METHOD, starring one of my favorite peeps ever…the talented and beautiful European actress, Elena Stark!
Look. If you still can't seem to get on the Sheen, then you have to watch this clip. If you don't at least chuckle one time OUT LOUD, then okay, I'll get over it. But guess what, you're gonna chuckle. Damn funny. Pure and simple. Worth 1.5 million per episode? Was it ever?
I figured it was just a matter of time before someone got around to making a real film, using iPhone as the camera. I'm really looking forward to checking this one out for sure. Some years ago, I made a film with my Partner using only iLife tools, however no one really cared about that breakthrough. The iPhone of course, is another story and with the continued growth and inevitable domination of Android based devices in the hand held marketplace, the iPhone needs as much noteworthy hype it can get!
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Acclaimed South Korean film director Park Chan-wook is wielding a new cinematic tool: the iPhone.
Park, director of the internationally known “Old Boy,” ”Lady Vengeance” and “Thirst,” said Monday that his new fantasy-horror film “Paranmanjang” was shot entirely on Apple Inc.’s iconic smartphone.
“The new technology creates strange effects because it is new and because it is a medium the audience is used to,” Park told reporters Monday.
When an artist dies there's usually no one to blame but the spouse, the doctor or the ever-present manager. In the case of the mysterious death of comic character Donny Richardson, manager Joe Manager came in to suspicion. Here's what he had to say to Paparazzi recently.
This comedy wave is essentially my response to an ignorant comment a comedian whose marketing I'd taken on less than 2 weeks ago, had made about me. AND I QUOTE;
You don’t know what you’re talking about. You’re not an artist. You don’t know anything. You’re just a clickety-clank computer guy.
Um, okay. That's original, I'll give him that. Anyway, less than a moment after that terribly uneducated insult, I opened my door and booted the putz to the curb.
As for the work I've done so far since creating Donny Richardson; Hey, this Hollywood. The show must go on therefore I'm looking for interested comedians that want to play the role of comedic host, Donny Richardson.
Whether we find our new Donny or not, I'm taking great joy in the fact that online searching anything relevant to the name Donny or Donald will eventually and inevitably lead the surfer to my Donny. Ah, justice is sweet.