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here’s what I filmed while in Las Gaviotas down in Baha, Mexico. It’s the story of what happens in that space between the rock and the hard place. I call it “Rock Doc”.
I will have reviews for “American Wedding” and “Titanic 3D” very soon, but I am currently in Mexico for the Easter holiday. In the interim, I figured my new short would make a fine movie-related blog post.
This is the third installment of “Somewhere in the United States”, my collection of 12 film shorts I’m shooting in 12 months. I started this series back in November, and I will admit that I am a little behind. However, my aim is to get paid to write, direct, and produce films, and somebody once said that producing 12 shorts in 12 months was a good way to practice.
I invite anybody else who dreams of creating something great to do the same thing. Wanna write? Write 12 short stories in 12 months. Wanna be a musician? 12 songs. Wanna make comics? 12 mini comics. Make them presentation worthy. Make them something you’re proud to showcase. Maybe they suck, but I promise you’ll get a little better every time.
All that said, here’s what I filmed while in Las Gaviotas down in Baha, Mexico. It’s the story of what happens in that space between the rock and the hard place. I call it “Rock Doc”.