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Me Interviewing Me: A (Hopefully) Early Career Retrospective

This last year when I was working on a new short film and planning a short story series for Halloween, I got to thinking about my earlier creative projects with amateur film group Robotic Flyers Productions. Since the short story series was built around the idea that I was supposedly editing stories written by someone …

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Ken Russell and Twiggy on set of The Boy Friend, 1971. Author unknown (publicity still)

Eccentric Artist: Ken Russell and the Problem of Maverick Christianity

Recently I've been reading a great blog series by the Anselm Society on "centric artists." In essence (and I highly recommend reading Brian Brown's introduction for the full concept), the series points out artistically-minded Christians shouldn't follow the "eccentric artist" ideal. Christianity claims people's talents are rooted in God and that people are called into …

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Quotes from a Recent Interview

I've mentioned a few times before that I make short films with a group called Robotic Flyers Productions. Recently, the group decided to interview members and post the interviews online. You can find my interview here. For those of you who can't understand someone speaking  thirty words a second, here's a transcript of some of …

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