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I spent the last two weeks editing in both NYC for Cause & Effect, and in Washington DC for Hamburger Company.   It was a blast working at both studios, but a few of my top moments had to be Martin and Kelly’s one liners such as, “Beans are good for your vagina.”  We had a hearty snowfall on my third day in NYC but the subways kept running so my secret plan to watch bad TV all day with my little sister was foiled!  On my last day in Brooklyn, Annie and I scored some sweet yarn and giant needles and I have been knitting ever since.  In DC, my older sister Monica, took me to my first spin class which left my butt sore for days. Totally worth it, though. And I didn’t barf, so that was exciting.  As for work related projects, Austin and I are editing our Zombie film; we are prepping to shoot the PA Ballet; and a shoot in Palm Springs is on our radar for the Century Council! Overall? I really liked January.

I’m going back to my zombies now while the snow falls outside the windows of One Shot Cafe where I am snuggled up and cozy in my giant scarf that I just made.  2011 is going to kick butt.


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We’re proud to announce that Lurking in the Trees, the Beetle Documentary that Emily worked on last summer,  has just won the El Capitan Film Award at the 2010 Yosemite Film Festival!

The documentary has also been selected to be shown at the Colorado Environmental Film Festival. It screens Friday, November 5th in Golden, Colorado.  Drop us a note if you can make it!

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For the past few weeks, Emily has been editing a documentary with David Schneider for Martin and Kelly of the Hamburger Company. It has been a fun couple of weeks cutting down the footage of Worcester Massachusetts (where Sam Fuller is from) to uncover the story within.  We are in the final stretch and we look forward to posting up some of the documentary on the site.   And hopefully we’ll be able to edit some of the mockumentary concepts we’ve been tossing around that all involve the beetle!

Here is one of the three 30 second PSAs that I cut:

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