So, first things first: God Among Men has been selected for a fifth festival premiere. I know, totally random, right? This time, the little short film is being given the online festival treatment through IndieWise’s Virtual Festival. I do not know very much about this festival other than it is a video platform trying to get its feet off the ground. If you feel inclined to watch God Among Men on their site, then by all means, click the link below.
Personally, I don’t see the point when it is fully available for free on the Dirtyfox Productions YouTube channel, but I digress. You do you, and I’ll do me.
With that aside, hello! It has been a few months since I’ve last posted on the website or any of the social media pages. The reason being for the mysterious silence is because I moved to Indianapolis for school and my career. Only now am I becoming adjusted to things. As you might have recently seen, Indiana’s Most Haunted has just received two new episodes. Yes, that’s right, I’m back to work! IMH episodes are currently being scheduled as we speak.
Outside of IMH, I’m working very hard on coming up with new, original content that I will personally enjoy making and being apart of. One thing I have planned is a feature-length film, 80 minutes maximum. It is going to be very difficult, but I have confidence in myself. Having created every detail of God Among Men, written and produced the currently postponed Red Timbers, shot the entirety of and currently editing the South Bend Renaissance documentary, and having undertaken all of my past miscellaneous work with video has led me to feeling like I have what it takes to pull something like this off.
I want the film to be a substantial piece of actual, artistic merit so I’m giving myself several months to sit down and write this out. Being a lone wolf in the film industry is not a good idea, at all, so I’m absolutely comfortable with the idea of seeking out assistance with penning this all down. For now, sadly, I write this alone. I cannot say much right now, but I can say that the film is going to be shot on a mix of Super 8 film and digital anamorphic video, together at a 2K resolution.
Besides the film, I have no other news on any projects in the works. A lot of my older fun stuff were collections of moments captured while I was with my friends, like A Guys’ Video Collection and Band of Idiots. Despite their collective shittiness in quality, I still feel like they contain some of my favorite and most original work in terms of soulful, short B-content. I want to produce more B-content besides IMH, but I have no inspiration nor the resources or friends to pull these things off. I am hoping this changes over time.
Soon the Dirtyfox Productions YouTube channel is going to reach 300 subscribers. In celebration, I plan on releasing a very special video that chronicles the content I have made, what I am currently working on, and my goals for the future. It won’t be your usual cut-and-paste Channel News-type of video. My intention for its message is to distinguish a fine line between my work from then and my work of now. One might argue that it will be the introduction to Chapter 2 of Dirtyfox Productions.