Thursday, December 23, 2010

Ethan Gold - Poison

Check out my boy Ethan Gold's increible anime music video:

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Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Probably the Best Short Film You'll Ever See

Probably the best short film you'll ever see, Sundance superstar Ari Gold's CULTURE:






probably the best short film you will ever see... Sundance superstar Ari Gold's one-minute masterpiece, CULTURE: http://t.co/GJfhMUO

Thursday, October 21, 2010

99 Problems - Halloween Mix

Check out our buddy ARI GOLD's new video! Hysterical: "I got 99 problems but a witch ain't one!"

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Check out this new commercial I produced for 1800Recycling! GREEN IS GOOD: http://tinyurl.com/22qhf4v

New Commercial I Directed for 1800Recycling!

Check out this new commercial I produced for 1800Recycling! GREEN IS GOOD: http://tinyurl.com/22qhf4v

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Our New Gig: Marketing & Production for New FORD FIESTA ;)

My bro and I are doing some marketing and production work for the new Ford Fiesta campaign: http://t.co/6KCvCRh via @youtube

Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Check out new movie we helped distribute!

New movie launching on Hulu today, EXIT 117 ... truly funny & smart indie about the last days of high school: http://tinyurl.com/28mpd53

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New movie launching on Hulu today, EXIT 117 ... truly funny & smart indie about the last days of high school: http://tinyurl.com/28mpd53

Thursday, July 29, 2010

The MPAA is still looking for a new chief. Now would be a good time to disband it altogether. Censorship is bulls**t.

Indie Filmmakers: How THE GRATEFUL DEAD Became Rich by Giving Away Everything for Free

http://tinyurl.com/25u5gwo

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Thursday, June 24, 2010

Music Contest - win a recording deal! - Ryan Gielen's MySpace Blog |

Music Contest - win a recording deal! - Ryan Gielen's MySpace Blog |
I'm music supervisor for a new Ford advertising campaign... I'm looking for awesome indie music... Submit http://tinyurl.com/33nz9sw

Indie Bands - win a recording session w/ DON WAS!

Believe Limited is now music supervising a couple major contests! Indie bands, enter your music for a chance to record with DON WAS! http://tinyurl.com/33nz9sw

Thursday, June 17, 2010

RT PLEASE! Indie bands/labels check out music competition from Ford, winner gets a recording deal: http://tinyurl.com/33nz9sw

Wednesday, June 16, 2010

RT PLEASE! Indie bands/labels check out music competition from Ford, winner gets a recording deal: http://tinyurl.com/33nz9sw
Indie bands/labels check out music competition from Ford, winner gets a recording deal: http://tinyurl.com/33nz9sw

Monday, June 14, 2010

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Check out my boy Bryan Russo's first single, 'Smokey Cafe' ... great song and chill video!

Bryan Russo "Smokey Cafe" from Cameron Uhlig on Vimeo.



SUPPORT INDIE ARTISTS AND BUY THIS SONG ON iTUNES: http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/smokey-cafe/id341295004?i=341295009&uo=6

Thursday, June 3, 2010

it's a shame I had to sell the hard drives with all the footage in order to pay for my canopy bed and protein shake maker (Sasha)...
DP and 1st AC linked by a shared brain it seems, adding depth to our fields... even the production assistants are massively talented...
diary of an indie filmmaker day 8: finally have the toys to match our ideas, wonderful technology becoming more and more affordable...

Thursday, May 27, 2010

...apparently the lyrics are not "show them hot butter, show them the knife" but something less dairy-based...
i blended in (for surveillance purposes) with solid flip cup performance and stellar Rock Band performance of Beat It...
diary of an indie filmmaker day 7: cast and crew bonding over beer pong, birthday cake and merriment.. threats to my dominion grow daily...

Tuesday, May 25, 2010

...assigned two PA's to act as scarecrows... two pawns in the mutiny removed under pretense of sound design... Bring it
... which are set in massive snowstorm, at night...
diary of an indie filmmaker day 4: dorm located next to a field filled with birds... sounds of starlings fill the room during takes...

Sunday, May 23, 2010

diary of an indie filmmaker, day 3: someone used my soap to kill a spider the size of my fist... crew mutiny takes the form of passive aggression... two can play at this game... or whatever, I don't care...

Saturday, May 22, 2010

thwarted second potential coup during lunch... premade sandwiches were presented, obviously filled with some sort of noxious sleep agent...
managed to unmake all the sandwiches and separate meats, cheeses and assorted condiments and hide them around campus... ryan 2, crew 0
mutiny has taken the form of group Rock Band tournament... I fear my invitation to bang on what appears to be black tupperware is a ruse to capture me before first day of shooting tomorrow... I refuse and back out of room slowly... but still hum along because they're playing Modest Mouse... these sneaky bastards have fantastic musical taste...
mutiny appears to be on hold... joviality abounds... my relief is temporary however as I realize dinner is still four hours away...
Cast and crew have bonded over beer and pizza... The seeds of mutiny have been sown... Farewell dear friends...
day 1 smashing success... discovered delicious pizza place around the corner... there was also some rehearsing and set dressing and planning but this pizza is really f*ing good...
Filming at a small college in Connecticut, living in the dorms... Both mattresses in my room have plastic covers... How did they know...
Arrived on set... 100 yards from campus are fro yo place and liquor store... Fears of low
Blood sugar and sobriety dissipating...
diary of an indie filmmaker day 1: forgot to brush teeth before bed. shoot is off to shakey start. no one to blame but myself and tex mex.
En route to Connecticut, shooting a new feature with some badass boys and girls. Keeping a little journal via status updates.

Wednesday, May 5, 2010

HELP me make my next movie!

Hey! I've been recruited to direct a new movie. There's a catch though, I have to help raise some of the money needed to finish the film. We're trying to raise $10,000 this weekend. Can you help with a $5, $10, or $50 donation? Every donation comes with cool swag, and every donation (even $5!) helps us reach our goal. ...THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING INDIE FILMS :) Click below...

Friday, January 29, 2010

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Check out my new web tv show, TONY & CAL. New episodes posted every Tuesday :)

Monday, January 11, 2010

Klickable videos

This is for content creators, indie filmmakers, web tv show folks, etc...

Discovered a really cool site called Klickable.tv. You can use the site to add tags and embed links into your youtube videos. It doesn't sound revolutionary, but here's what I think is interesting:

Let's say you post a trailer on youtube, you can use Klickable to tag things in your trailer. When someone clicks on the tags, they're taken wherever you want them to go- character profiles, your web store, your imdb page...

Still pretty basic. But suppose you want to pull some Lance Weiler-interactive-realworld-webworld-crossover type stuff. Klickable allows you to develop, for instance, a create-your-own-adventure. While someone searches for clues in your opening video, they can click on items, images, characters and be taken to the next video. Maybe it's a false start, maybe it's a clue. People will have to click to find out.

I'm only scratching the surface here, but you might dig it. I've spoken with Roger Wu, the creator of Klickable, and he's excited to get indie filmmakers involved and using the program. If you're interested, check it out, maybe it will inspire some ideas.

The drawbacks, as I see them, are that the final videos (with all the links, tags, interactivity) do not exist on youtube. They become embeddable, and you put them on your website, blog, etc. So you have to drive traffic to your site, as opposed to relying on some organic youtube traffic. The other downside is ads, which are unavoidable. You make a little revenue on the ads, and if your videos are interactive enough, maybe good revenue, but if you want a pure viewing experience it may not be possible.

Just thought I'd pass this along.