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"It's one of the best episodic web movies I've seen. Very well written, directed, and acted."
- Allen Steele
Hugo Award Winning Author
"This series is a must watch if you like Westerns and stories, which give you an alternative look at the future, with a John Ford/Sergio Leone twist."
Ian M. Cullen
"Superbly written, acted, and directed, Drifter: Broken Road is thoroughly exciting and enjoyable. Although the series takes place in a future, post-apocalyptic setting, if you were to put the cast in 19th century period costumes and on period sets, Drifter would be a true western in every sense of the word."
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THE FASCINATION WITH 3D FILMMAKING
By: Jason Brasier
On September 27, 1922, audiencesfilled the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles to watch what is considered thefirst 3D film shown for profit, The Powerof Love. The film’s producer, Harry K. Fairall and Cinematographer, RobertF. Elder designed the camera and process. It was the earliest use of dual stripprojection and anaglyph…Continue
Posted on May 8, 2013 at 9:37am
American Wasteland Entertainment, a Springfield-based production company, attended the LA Webfest that was held March 28-March 31 in Los Angeles, California.
Out of the 200 entries, three were from Missouri. All three of those were from Springfield, and two were from American Wasteland Entertainment (Drifter: Broken Road and Stage Fright). The other production from Springfield was Epilogue, a Missouri State University…Continue
Posted on April 5, 2013 at 9:05am
I'm just starting out in the film industry but for some reason I have always known, whether I like it or…Continue
Posted on February 14, 2013 at 11:00am
Malcom X once said, “If you have no critics, you’ll likely have no success.” These words ring very true, but the process of dealing with criticism itself can be a bit of a beast for anyone. Basically because there’s always a constructive way to say something, but its even hard to take constructive criticism on something you poured your heart into. This basically boils down to all of us simply being human.…Continue
Posted on November 8, 2012 at 10:50pm — 1 Comment