My favorite movies of 2012.

December 29, 2012

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17. Michael (Markus Schleinzer) This is the most uncomfortable film I’ve ever sat through. “Michael” follows the day to day life of Michael, a very timid man who we see walk through his dull life. He gets home and opens his basement to reveal a ten year old boy named Wolfgang. Michael is a pedophile. […]

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October, November, and December.

October 13, 2012

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Some Arbor Announcements.  ZIMBABWE AND NOAH is still in post production. I was foolish enough to believe that an editor works on a single project at once but that isn’t true. The original release date could have been possible but it would have been rushed and I would rather try to make the movie as […]

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new beginnings.

August 7, 2012

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It has taken more than two years to finally complete “Zimbabwe and Noah” but the last shot of main production occurred on July 30th (a Monday) at 1:56 A.M. I edited the footage quickly and have shown it only to Andrew and as soon as I get another rough cut ready (with temp music), I’ll […]

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Geleta Fabam

June 18, 2012

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The most special thing about this short to me is that we finally got to make a “Creep” joke. This was the second and last project I did for my film class. This is also the last chapter in our “Andrew Knocking on Ken’s Door” trilogy. It’s been fun. Suffering from crippling depression, Ken turns […]

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The King of The Rats

June 18, 2012

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I had to do two projects for my film class last semester. This short continues the “Andrew Knocking On Ken’s Door” theme that was established in “Door to Door.” Frank (Ken Hugo) moves into his new apartment only to find out his wacky neighbor (Andrew Folsom) isn’t as innocent as he looks! We were supposed to […]

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New short: Door to Door.

January 7, 2012

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We shot this yesterday. The first short of Los Angeles. We’re going to try to do another short every week. This also marks our entrance to the Vimeo world, leaving behind the YouTube world. Hopefully one day we’ll remember the passwords to go back. Arbor Presents Andrew Folsom & Ken Hugo in “Door to Door.” […]

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entering the world of festivals & labs.

January 6, 2012

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After a year and a half, I have finally finished writing “Alexander & The Wolfe.” The script (based on a true story but all evidence of this has been buried under the fiction) about the porn star who came to Los Angeles turned into a behemoth and ended up being 294 pages. The wave of accomplishment was […]

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