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An anthology of four short stories premieres on the World Wide Web January 5, 2016 

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   Repentless      Future Shock        Dead End         Baby Amy

      Feb 9                      Feb 23                Jan 5               Jan 19 



Good stories don't always have happy endings.  In a world of chaos, there will be consequences, some one has to pay.  Caos & Consequences is 4 short stories of people living in chaos and the consequences they or some innocent bystander face as a result of this chaos.

      Our hero is also the anti-hero as s/he struggles through life situations of Chaos a.k.a. sin, evil.  Not finding redemption, they find self-destruction and God’s vengeance, Consequences.  
     There are no fantasy happy endings here.  One’s sub coming to temptation doesn’t always end in one’s own destruction, but the demise of a love one or innocent bystanders.  Likewise, a journey to fulfillment can still end in grief and sorrow.  The result of evil is not good, but punishment.  With Chaos, there will be Consequences.
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Saturday, July 4, 2009

Day 1 Baby Amy
Started out our first shoot day for Baby Amy with a bang!!  We filmed what I call "the gathering"  seven lovely ladies get together in a lounge and discuss their views on abortion-prolife and prochoice.  Even though it was staged and filmed it seemed so life like.  As though they were actually having that conversation.  I can't wait to review the footage, well I did see most of it on the viewer while we were filming but being there and hearing the ladies live, I was in a zone as if I didn't write this stuff they're just doing it.  The girls did not have any rehearsals and it was like 5 pages of dialouge that had to be choreograph between the seven of them and I know the crew was surely impressed.  It's like the feeling that a writer gets when his works are performed and performed as he imagined.  I didn't even have to give them much direction.
The setting turned out to be great.  After losing my first location due to misscheduling we were  scrambling to find a new location for today as I couldn't reschedule as several people actually took off work and changed their schedules and it was a $#@#^% mess (if you know what that means).  My producer found Maxwell's Lounge in Oakland through a friend in the nick of time.
Just got to send a big Thank you to my Seven Divas you made my day.
Best shot of the day.  Well maybe not the most inventive on my part.  But I did a shot where the girls are talking about their right to choose or not to choose and the boyfriend jumps in out of nowhere exclaiming "what about me, don't I have a say in this" and girls all jump up and kick him to the curb.  I found it humorous.  I'm still laughing.  Nice.
11:48 am pdt

Thursday, July 2, 2009

Day 6 Future Shock
I guess since this site doesn't have a comment reply section, I didn't get bombarded by "you forgot day 6"  cause I did.  What the hell was day six anyway. Oh yea,  we started off the day and finished at the DeAnza College parking lot.  Shot the taxi/limo ride scene for Dr Arrington.  While we're in the lot DeAnza's finest comes up to check out our activities.  I guess our entourage was just a little too big for student activities, what with a 1 ton grip van and a 100k camera.  Anyway, he 411ed me, I had all the right creditials, mainly a current student body card (don't ever make a low budget film without one).
Next we moved into the library, shot another scene, distracted a couple students, why are all you student in the library in the middle of summer.  Oh yea, air condition.  We were in the quiet section of the library but hell none of the students needed quiet as most of them were either texting or playing a game on their cell phones.  That comment might not go so well with the faculty and staff. Disclaimer, perhaps I just thought I saw a lot of students in the library texting or when I looked everybody just so happened to take out their phones and text.  CUT!
Best shot of the day, hey I didn't get to see it.  I had to make a run, told Vic to get an establishing shot of the library.  He said he got some cool stuff.  I'll take his word on that.  Cool.
10:34 pm pdt

Thursday, July 2, 2009

Guest Blog
Richard Koscher  as Police Officer/Slave Master/House Burglar  Future Shock

Hello everyone, this is Richard Koscher. I played as racist SFPD cop, traveled back in time and was a Slave Master, came back once more and was a Thug killing David’s (the lead’s) family. It was quite a ride having so many roles in such a short time. When I first saw the script I was immediately drawn to the cop role. I was auditioning and Angel asked me what I want to do and I responded “Action scenes”. After my monologue from “Gangs of New York” Angel answered “And you want to do action scenes?” I remember, I was smiling all the way home and I didn’t care anymore if I even get the role. He really made all my hard work count that day. To work with Angel, his crew and my fellow actors was amazing. Everyone was extremely nice under sometimes the most difficult conditions. (Like a 107 Degree in a Barn in the middle of nowhere). Sometimes I was in the car driving for 3 hours for a short scene but it was all worth it. I had a great time. How can anything be better than acting. I wish everyone the best and great success with this movie. You all deserve it. Thanks for everything! Richard
12:28 am pdt

Guest Blog
Rob Pribble as Dr Lyle Levins  Future Shock

I had an outstanding time from beginning to end. The days went by fast, to fast sometimes however everyday contributed to great memories. This is my first feature, I am primarily a stage actor. I have always enjoyed film work it tests your skills (shooting out of order). I really don't know what to say so I will leave with a quote from one of my favorite actors.
Everyone on a movie deserves an award, not just one person.
-Marlon Brando.
Thank you all very much.
12:23 am pdt

Day 7
Another episode of Caos and Consequences, Future Shock, has wrapped!!!  It still excites and amazes me how we complete and start a new film back to back.  Same crew, different new cast.  Time to say farewell to the cast as we welcome the new cast.
It was a pretty exciting day shooting in Berkeley, Ca.  We shot at a friend's house on a major avenue.  I kept thinking the cops are gonna stop and check us out.  But we never had any problems.  We had two cars with police lights running, crime scene tape plastered all around the house and driveway and about 20 people running around.  I saw one lady driving by, just stop right in the middle of traffic to look at our set up.  That's what worried me, cause if some gawker caused an accident and tell police "I was looking at them filming a movie" the police would tell us you gotta go.  But we made it through.  Shot of the day:  We climbed atop, Heather's, attic roof and shot our crime scene establishing shot.  Looked cool, seemed cool, cool.
12:21 am pdt

Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Guest Blog

Antoine Davis/Mr Grim (Dead End, Repentless) Loverboy (Future Shock)

Wow!! I've wrapped up shooting my scenes for the Caos & Consequences 
four part story... I have to say that the cast and, crew were great!! 
Being able to do something you love is truly a blessing....My kids 
asked me do I ever get nervous before I get on the radio or, when I'm 
doing theatre also before I begin filming.....I Said YES! Only until I 
begin speaking......haha. Going into this project I didn't know what 
to expect after being on set for the first day everybody made it 
extremely comfortable No Egos ...No name dropping a humble staff and, 
crew....and, Angel I have to say you are the calmest director I've 
ever met...Thanks man! I wish this film much success everybody worked 
so hard to get it done. the way the lunches were the bomb!
So I'm going to end this blog by saying I hope to see everyone at the 
premiere and, thank you for giving me the opportunity Angel....


12:10 am pdt

Day 5
Another hot day in the sun, finally done with the "plantation"  I don't know if we could handle anymore time up there.  Hot weather, no cell phone service and smokers couldn't smoke.  Glad I don't smoke, never have.  I filled out a questionaire once and one of the questions was "Have you ever smoked cigarettes and how do you feel about smoking?"  My answer, "both of my parents smoked heavily, and both died of lung cancer, do you really want to know what I feel about smoking" unquote.
We did a different effect for the Go Kart time machine return to the future.  I actually liked it better than the initial effect we used. So now we have two, oh well.  With digital we can do so much more stuff as we shoot than with film.  But I'm still a film guy.  I will never prefer video over film. Never.  Long live film.  Go head change all theatres to digital projectors, shoot more and more in digital.  I'm not the only one, we are a diehard bunch we will never change.  Here's a question, why do we shoot digital but still go for the "film" look.  But in reality, what is happening is motion pictures are filmed (shot) more and more in digital and we are starting to see this "digital look" more and more and films (movies) are moving away from the film look and preparing the audience for the new digital look which we will see from now on as theater film projectors convert to all digital projectors and TV already has the digital/HD look.
So our best shot of the day.  Someone took a picture of us loading up and getting out of that hot heat.  Just kidding.  Got a panoramic shot of the mountains and pasture lands on the ranch. Cool.
5:49 am pdt

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