“Black Card” Poster References

January 1, 2015 Double7 Images

All systems are go on this short film and in anticipation of a finalized press kit and initial marketing plans, we’ve begun working on a poster for the short film. Just like any part of the process, it’s crucial to pull references so you can not only spark ideas, but begin to find a common […]

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“Black Card” Behind-the-Scenes Snippets

January 1, 2015 Double7 Images

Black Card: Behind the Scenes: Snippet 6 from Double7 Images on Vimeo. We’re wrapping up the picture edit for my new short, “Black Card”, and in the way I like to do things, we’ve documented the entire process for you. The above video shows me and the stars, Dorian and Simone Missick, blocking out Scene […]

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An Analysis of David Fincher. Awesome.

October 3, 2014 Stamp of Approval

David Fincher – And the Other Way is Wrong from Tony Zhou on Vimeo. No info needed. The section on “Se7en” is pure awesomeness. Fincher and Soderbergh sit at the top of my favorite director’s list these days. Check out “The Fincher Effect” after the jump!

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“Disgrace” — Vimeo Staff Pick & Then Some…

June 27, 2014 Stamp of Approval

Director Casey Modderno was a student in my NYU Narrative Workshop class in the Fall of 2012. Not even Hurricane Sandy could stop the production of his thoughtful and elegantly executed 14 minute short film, “Disgrace”. It’s always interesting to watch the evolution of my student’s work and this journey is a reminder that our […]

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#TRUNKWEDDING

May 29, 2014 Double7 Images

#TRUNKWEDDING from Double7 Images on Vimeo. Way back in the 1990s I met Emily Konopinski. I was a senior at Columbia High School. She was a freshman. What connected us? The fact that we were the only two students with a genuine interest and commitment to the elective filmmaking class we’d decided to take. I […]

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The Case for My Film About Reparations?

May 26, 2014 Double7 Images

I’ve been working on a film called “What About Us?” for quite some time. If you saw “Premium” then you know I even referenced it within that film. Well, there’s been a lot of internet and real world chatter about the topic of slavery reparations, causing debate within many communities, all of which I find […]

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