Welcome, Articulate City-goers!

A warm welcome to anyone visiting this site after Monday’s Articulate City screening of The Princess Bride at the Lyric Cinema Café. Have fun, take a look around, and enjoy taking a look at what it is we do.

For a bunch of our short films, check out shorts.ExGfilms.com

Click here to download our first feature film, Wholesale Souls, Inc., in its entirety (careful—big file!)

We’re finishing one film and starting another this summer. Stay tuned for updates.

This was my first time at the Lyric and I’d just like to say that it’s a great space and everybody should go there to enjoy good cinema as often as you can. It was also my first time seeing The Princess Bride, and I was thoroughly amused. And it was really great to be able to see an older film like that projected from a 35mm release print, rather than a pixel-y little DVD image.

I certainly enjoyed myself and got to meet some very interesting people. I sincerely hope a good time was had by all.

4 thoughts on “Welcome, Articulate City-goers!

  1. Hello, Andrew. I’m a fan of your work but that not why I’m leaving you this comment.

    In the next few weeks, I’m investing into Final Cut Pro Suite and a new iMac. Camera gear will come a little later, but my point is that if you need a partener, I’m looking into a business on my own. Perhapes we can work together.

    I write, film, and edit, and I have plenty of ideas.
    Email me if your interested. You will be working with ‘Dongle Inc.’ unless the name is changed.
    Who knows what the future may hold, but for now I’m looking for a partenership.
    Interested?
    -Nick D.

  2. I’m still here, I just have more time and I’m bored so I leave more posts, most of them irrelevant. By the way, I watched rushes for the Desk Sitter scenes and they look good. I’ll keep you posted on Teh Cld Wr. Well, it looks like thats all the irrelevant banter I have for today, and it really wasn’t that irrelevant. Meh.

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  4. Andrew – thank you SO much for showing up to share your expertise and enthusiasm with the crowd on Monday night (not to mention all the DVDs!) We so appreciated your being there after your long day of travel, and we wish you all the best in the land of cinema. Keep us posted on Exploding Goldfish Films and your projects as they progress, and thanks again!

    Julie and Jeanie Sutter (and all of our friends at Articulate City!)

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