I, Dead-man

Hello everyone! It is I, the one of Parker. I have been absent from this site for a while now, and I apologize. Blah blah blah, generic excuse, blah blah, underhanded guilt-trip, blah, plea bargain. I have been quite busy recently, though now that I think of it, I’m not sure what I have been busy with. Principal shooting of Terminal Philosophy finished about two weeks ago now, and after that school started, then there is just a big blank grey space until a day or two ago. Yep, school’s definitely started again.

But enough about me, what about you?

… you aren’t very interesting people.

I have started another script, it seems like that’s the latest bandwagon, and I’d rather not be left in the cold harsh dust of those festering wheels. I don’t have much yet, but it looks promising. It’s about a white collar possibly gold collar office worker that goes slowly insane. Cliché though it may sound, I assure you that it will not take such a course. We’ll see where it goes.

Also, I have appointed myself the Director of Exploding Shorts. This does not neccessarily mean that I will direct your Exploding Short, but rather that I will be in charge of managing it. Come to me with your short’s concepts, ideas, or script, and I’ll try to set you up. If unclear, send death threats to: parker@exgfilms.com.

Thank you and good day,

Captain Parker Cagle-Smith, Ltd.

6 thoughts on “I, Dead-man

  1. Hey! Parker isn’t dead! And I was just getting ready to send flowers.

    Congratulations on making the jump to producer, Parker! And congratulations to me, because that makes me an EXECUTIVE producer! Which is great because it means I get credit without doing any work!

    Here’s the tough part for you, Parker: Now you need to choose a short (a SHORT short) to make. Hopefully get it shot in a month and edited in another month. THEN you will be an official media mogul and will be revered by everyone you meet!

  2. I hope to take part in the shorts in one way or another. I might make one…but probably not. I have been writing a short story that has taken most of my time, but I am never good at writing anything actually short. Plus, if I were to try and make that in to anything, it would require a huge budget, or lose all it surreal aspects.
    I am still excited about Mikhail’s script based on actual emergency-room-waiting-area events.

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