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Director’s Journal Entries:

I Can’t Even Give My Movie Away!

March 25th, 2009 · No Comments

In my quest to get LOOP out to viewers I am trying to embrace the concepts and opportunities presented to me by the wonderful world of Web 2.0 for DIY marketing  and distribution.  I believe in the concept of  1,000 True Fans but it is not about having 1,000 friends on MySpace or 1,000 Tweeps on Twitter. […]

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The Three-Legged Puppy in the Well

March 19th, 2009 · 1 Comment

Well, I probably should have started this blog days ago but I am always running behind in both time and ideas.  Perhaps you linked over from “Pericles Shrugged” at “BlogSpot.”   If so, that’s because I am trying to point all things LOOP here. LOOP, which is my pet project, was never meant to be a […]

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LOOP at Flyway Film Festival

October 8th, 2008 · No Comments

LOOP the new feature film by Redneck Zombies director Pericles Lewnes is an official selection of the Flyway Film Festival in beautiful Pepin, Wisconsin. LOOP will screen this Saturday, October 11th festival film block at starting at 9PM Central. LOOP will screen with two prestigious award winning films.: “Standing on a Whale,” the award winning […]

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TERMINAL VELOCITY

June 2nd, 2008 · 1 Comment

Now I never in my life have been skydiving. I have thought about it, I even took a 200 foot bungie jump in Daytona Beach about ten years ago and loved it. Skydiving was something in the back of my mind, that I always wanted to try. But I never did it and I probably never will. But […]

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Cannes 2008: Rise Of The Geek Goddess

May 13th, 2008 · No Comments

What few people realize is that LOOP has a goddess. A geek goddess to be precise. Her name is Courtney Hoskins. She is a filmmaker from Boulder Colorado and the Visual Effects Artist on LOOP. She is the 1 friend on LOOP’s page, supplanting David Lynch, which should tell you how much respect I have for […]

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