Enjoyed all the school projects on the one DVD, the only thing I didnt enjoy was the video loops just because they were alittle long. In Person DVD ruled really really hard, special features and the extras were so awesome. Just a great product all together.
If anyone is interested in watching these, let me know, I will rewatch them again.
Never in my life have I had 711 nachos. I never really searched them out in the store and never had the urge to eat nachos. For some reason the other day I was thinking "why dont they have nachos anymore at 711". The next day I found them right next to the cheese and chili dispenser. i would most def get again
I graduated film school in the third week of December, 1992. I went home to the suburbs of southern New Jersey, where after four years away in New York, I was both an insider and an outsider. Feeling restless and aimless, I decided to document the faces of the area, as well as the nativity scenes and holiday lawn fixtures that had fascinated me my whole life.
During the day, I visited diners, marts, bowling alleys, skating rinks, dance halls, etc. Every photo I took was with the kind permission of the subjects. Also, I snuck up on random lawns and porches, getting as close as possible to the faded Jesus, Mary and Josephs. I took hundreds of pictures and developed them as 3x5 prints at the local ShopRite. At night, I’d lay them out, making the diptychs and triptychs you see on this site. Not a single picture was taken with a conscious idea to pair it with another.
I bought a photo album—-a scrapbook, really-—from a Montgomery Ward, affixed the pictures via FunTak, and finished it a few days into 1993. I never made any changes to it, although I’d pull it out every holiday season to show new friends and co-workers. Typically, their response was a mixture of “Whut?!” and “...Whoa,” which made me wish this could reach a wider audience.
This VHS ruled. It was shot using a 16mm. He goes into the subway and talks to the people trying to work/beg for money. This guy played bass, sung, played harmonica and played a hi-hat and bass drum It was done so awesome. I actually liked it so much I called his phone number. Just a shot in the dark, I mean 22 years at the same number? Well he picked up. I let him know how much I enjoyed it. He was kinda blown away that it still existed. I said " just wanted to let you know thats all" and he said " wow, thank you, good karma I guess, ok take care ". He seemed very genuine. I looked up what else hes done, and he did this documentary of Frank Sinatra fans... seriously rules too.. part 2 is my favorite
look him up on IMDB. I guess he added an O to the end of his name. One of the best Goodwill finds ever I think..