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In 2016, I began writing mini-reviews of every feature film I watched and, this year I decided I’d post them on my website. You can find these reviews by clicking here or by clicking on Film Reviews on the menu at the top of any page on the site. These reviews are all short, sweet, and […]

19 Rochelle Slates the Last Shot of the Day

COURTING CHAOS – Crewing on a Feature Film in Venice Beach

On location in Venice Beach – working on a feature film – not a bad way to spend your summer vacation! For the last few weeks I’ve had the privilege of serving as a PA, and even an extra, on the set of New Zealand writer/director Alan Clay’s Courting Chaos. Over the next few weeks, […]

12 Me Booming a Scene

Crewing on Mikael Kreuzriegler’s New Film, Ibsen’s HEDDA GABLER

This time the film is Mikael’s modernized version of Hedda Gabler.  First published in 1890, Hedda Gabler is a play by Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen, who also penned Peer Gynt, A Doll’s House, and Ghosts, to name a few.  Ibsen, often referred to as “the father of realism,” is one of the founders of Modernism […]

09 Laura pays homage to Apocalypse Now

SHOOT THAT RAT! Update (“Is That CHOCOLATE I Smell?”)

Now that the teaser trailer is out for Mikael Kreuzriegler’s low-budget independent feature film, Shoot That Rat!, and a more extensive trailer will be available soon, I wanted to publish some additional pictures taken during shoot by Veronica Wood, while I was busy fulfilling my PA responsibilities on the set. As I mentioned in my previous blog […]

Shoot That Rat Crew

My 2 Weeks as a PA on SHOOT THAT RAT!, a feature film by Mikael Kreuzriegler

Finding themselves on a junkyard – of all places! – for their first date, two lonely souls are forced to risk everything to find true intimacy and companionship.  A provocative critique of consumerism, and a crazy love story. — Mikael Kreuzriegler In June, I had privilege to work on Shoot That Rat! — a feature film directed by […]

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