Jack Truman & Jon Voight
at the Hollywood Bowl
What a month.
This has been one hell of a January. For the better. One for the books. I can't remember a January in recent years that's been so constructive. Unforgettable. I love it. If this is any indication, 2013 is going to be a great year.
Let's see if I can think of everything that got done this month:
Got some financial things taken care of. Wrote the No Budget Filmmaking book (that was 5 years in the making). Returned to Park City with Opal for 4 days at Sundance and Slamdance. A lot happened there. Launched the new No Budget Filmmaking book at Sundance and released it online with our book publisher. Got the editing done for Opal's directorial debut with her killer documentary short film. New episodes for our new web series WOODY THE REDNECK. Damn...The book, Park City, the new film....those are the standout events this month. A lot more has got done. For example, our films playing a different festival each week coming up for the next month. Invites to mail our films to 45 film festivals this coming month. A new press release for the film book. Starting pre-production for the new feature film. And more. 2013 is starting out with a bang.
These last few days have really been overwhelming. I have lists of things we've been working on, piles of things to get done....that have just accumulated this last month.
Let's see what February brings....
NO BUDGET FILMMAKING or How to Be a Well-Known Filmmaker & Be Broke at the Same Time
Written by Jack Truman
Copyright 2013 Dixie Publishing