Category: motion

“The Dangle” Festivalling!

The short film The Dangle written and directed by Michael Ravich, and starring MOI, has been made an official selection of the following film festivals: California Independent Film Festival 2015 WINNER Best Narrative Short! Harlem International Film Festival 2015 WINNER Top Ten Best Narrative Short! 18th Annual Dances With Films Festival 2015  2015 Lighthouse International Film Festival Albuquerque Film and Music… Read more →

FLNNN Episode 2

FLNNN Episode 102 from Station Road TV on Vimeo. Prepare yourself for more Florida genius, ingenuity and flesh-eating for Episode 2 of “Florida News Network News” is hither! Starring me and my hair-thing, and that Keith Higgons-thing! Enjoy! Read more →


Haven’t posted anything here in ages, but I’m still here! I swear. Check my tumblr to see Here’s the first episode of the frothily-comic new web-series FLNNN on Station Road TV. All stories and hairstyles are real unless otherwise. More soon.   enjoy FLNNN Episode 1 from Station Road TV on Vimeo. or YouTube it! Read more →


The excellent cast (including myself) of the excellent feature “The End of Something” that I shot last year has been nominated at the Bare Bones Film Festival for “BEST ENSEMBLE CAST!” This in addition to being up for Best Comedy (really? hm) and a Best Indie Auteur award for Herr Illustrious Direktor, Colin Rivera. Can anyone say sweep? Can TEOS… Read more →

SUNDAY: @ New Filmmakers LA

You know those world-class actors that I was talking about above, one of them is in this! I directed James Liebman in Dear Brutus in NY a couple of years ago, and he is definitely on my list of Genius Actors With Whom I Have Worked™. via Dead Inside and shorts at New Filmmakers LA – The Thirteenth Baby Opossum. Read more →

Punk Soup for the Artists’ Soul

A great, great list of dos and don’ts for artists in any field (though it’s focused on writing here) Anis Shivani: New Rules For Writers: Ignore Publicity, Shun Crowds, Refuse Recognition And More. My favorite: 4. Seek Unemployment. This goes back to our Franklinian endowment, our desperate impulse to occupy ourselves with practical stuff, feeling useful, needed, employed like everyone… Read more →