Here's what we've been up to over the last few weeks! Filming Coffee House Chronicles episode "We, Zombie" on 4/26 and promoting it online. We "piggybacked" a short episode of Coffee House Chronicles onto an April shoot of the webseries "How To Survive the Zombie Apocalypse," also directed by Stewart. "We, Zombies" is a shorter
It's been a busy month! Here are a few shots from the Coffee House Chronicles shoot mid-April with David Pevsner, John Suazo, Renee Threatte, pizza, and me, plus one pic of me on set of Stewart Wade's other webseries shooting in late April, with producer Justin Lesniewski, How To Survive The Zombie Apocalypse. More soon!
This week, Text Engine Productions starts publishing movie reviews of films that are on VOD and/or DVD. The focus will be on films that, in our opinion, have broken new ground but were nevertheless not big blockbusters, and so therefore we are bringing to your attention. ---------- When you're watching people walk down the street, noses in phones,
Actors John Suazo and David Pevsner are joining Coffee House Chronicles for Episode 3! John Suazo has worked as a model and started branching into acting in the last few years after many years in the U.S. Navy. Most recently, John appeared in the web series Steam Room Stories. Here is a video of John Suazo
“So what does a producer do?” The question was innocent enough. My friends and family have resigned themselves to never understanding the tech-business side of my life, because they never saw the results. But indie film and video? They’re something visible and tangible. I should be able to say my part in making them happen,
Text Engine Productions is working with writer and director Stewart Wade (Coffee Date, Tru Loved, Such Good People) to executive-produce the first season of Coffee House Chronicles as a web series. Coffee House Chronicles will explore the many ways that urban LGBT people connect in the world of the Internet, smartphones, social media, and coffee houses on
I don’t want to date myself, but I’m old. Well, at least “older,” meaning my late 40s. And by the late two-thousands, I had been working for two decades in the technical writing and e-learning space, developing training projects, help systems, print books, and other projects, almost all of them either tech or biotech, with