I mentioned in a previous post that Pizza Infinity competed in the Columbus 48 Hour Film Project a few weeks ago. The result is Questionable Taste, a closer look at two nutritional entrepreneurs and their unusual approach to solving world hunger. The 5-minute short film won an “Audience Choice” award at the Best of Columbus 48HFP.
Finally, we have an answer to the age-old question: Love or Money? This film was made for the 48 Hour Film Project International Shootout in January 2009 and will be screened during MidPoint at the 2009 Best of Underneath Cincinnati awards show. They’ll also be screening Robot Love From Another World and both short films will be eligible forContinue reading “Score That Date”
The new issue of Cincinnati Magazine features a nice two-page article about my Cannes experience. It’s the September issue with “The New Over-the-Rhine” cover story, pages 21–22. A few clarifications:
Pizza Infinity will be participating in this weekend’s 48 Hour Film Project in Columbus, Ohio. This will be our first time competing in Columbus. We’re going to have a relatively small team this time—just me, Josh Flowers, Greg Nicholson, George Forste, Carol DelGrosso and Becky Haltermon. The 48 Hour Film Project takes place over oneContinue reading “48 Hour Film Project: Columbus”
Julie and I attended the Cannes Film Festival, where our short film, Robot Love from Another World, was screened. Cannes is a big, sometimes confusing festival and I hope this video shows a little bit of what it’s actually like to attend. You can also watch this video on Vimeo. Check out some of myContinue reading “My Voyage to Cannes”
Pizza Infinity’s short film, Robot Love From Another World has been selected to screen at the Cannes International Film Festival taking place in the resort town of Cannes, in the south of France, May 13–24, 2009. Entering it’s 62nd year, The Cannes International Film Festival is one of the world’s oldest, most influential and prestigiousContinue reading “Robot Love screening at Cannes!”