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Our entry in the 2016 Boston 48 Hour Film Project took home “Best Score” tonight at the Best of the Boston 48 Hour Film Project Screening! “Snow Day” was scored by the always wonderful Shao Jean Sim in only a few crazy hours. A huge congratulations and thank you to her!
I’m extremely excited that our film “Snow Day” that we created for the Boston 48 Hour Film Project is heading to the Best of the Boston 48 Hour Film Project Screening! The screening will be held at Kendall Square Cinema on June 16th at 7:30pm.
This past weekend, I took part in my seventh 48 Hour Film Project. Our team, Weekend Warriors, competed in Boston from May 13-15, 2016 this year. Each year our team must welcome new teammates and say farewell to others. Due to the changing strengths of our team, each film is a new experience. We decided to animate our film this year which presented a whole bunch of new challenges for us (as if making a film in 48 hours wasn’t enough!)
This is my second live webcast with the Boston University Symphony Orchestra & Chorus. We’ve been working for months behind the scenes to prepare for the multi-camera broadcast of this biannual concert at Symphony Hall. Ken-David Masur — assistant conductor of the Boston Symphony Orchestra — takes the podium in this all Viennese program. This […]
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Shooting for the Boston Crusaders Drum & Bugle Corps‘ 75th Anniversary Documentary began in July of 2014 and didn’t conclude until over a year later. After nearly another year of post-production, I’m ecstatic to announce that Corps of Giants will be released on May 26th at the new headquarters for the Crusaders’ parent organization, Inspire […]