Yes, this blog is alive and kicking, although barely. I spent the better part of the last month and a half in a tent in a field. It’s a sad comment on my career in that I’ve reached the stage in which even when we’re conducting field training, I’m still sitting behind a desk managing knowledge and information in a digital environment.
Anyway, I’ve had some pretty exciting news. My screenplay, Babylon Tide, is a finalist at the GI Film Festival in Alexandria and DC. I have put in for some leave to go up and spend the week remembering what it’s like to be someone who does film and film-like things. I have a stack of business cards and am polishing my elevator pitch, so let’s see where this goes!
In the meantime, I am still working on the interview with Jennifer Stromer-Galley, which is going to be awesome and I encourage you to check back soon to read it. Edits on Cold Run also proceed apace, and I’m having a hard time clamping down on all the ideas that have decided to sprout, now that I am concentrating on editing and editing and editing …