Lost and Found Gathers Steam
Arthur Vincie’s latest project, “avant-garde noir” feature Lost and Found, is gathering steam. We will be holding a backer’s reading in October; a special e-blast will go out once we have the date and place pinned down. A night of fractals, time travel, and murder will ensue. Check the Chaotic Sequence Website around mid-September when we have more details.
John Bonafede’s BALLOONING AWARENESS to premiere at Under The Bridge Fest in September
John Bonafede, artist, production designer and long-time friend of Chaotic Sequence, will be premiering his performance art piece BALLOONING AWARENESS at this year’s DUMBO Arts Center (DAC’s) Under the Bridge Festival. It’s an interactive performance that will engage children. September 25 – 27th. Check out DAC’s website for more details.
In case you miss it at the Fest, John will be staging BALLOONING AWARENESS at the NYC Art Biennale. Also check out John’s site, Slowcrack.com, for more details on the event and to see his other work.
Shriekfest 2009 Festival Call
Shriekfest, one of the friendliest and most fun festivals we’ve ever attended, still has an open call for submissions. A full four days of horror, sci-fi, and fantasy! They also have a monthly networking meeting coming up on August 25th, out in LA. The whole operation is run by dynamic duo Denise Gossett (actress/producer) and Todd Beeson (entrepreneur). They make everyone feel welcome and take real pride in the festival. Check out the site for details on submissions and on the networking night: http://www.shriekfest.com/.
Stransky stars in American Buffalo
Charles Stransky, one of the lead actors in Caleb’s Door, will be starring in Shadowland Theatre’s production of David Mamet’s American Buffalo. The show will run from September 11-September 27th at the Shadowland Theatre in Ellenville, NY. Go see a great actor performing a great play, in a lovely part of upstate New York. Call 845-647-5511 or go online to Shadowlandtheatre.org for details and tickets.
Part I Of the Sky Is NOT Falling
I just finished a new blog entry analyzing the current indie crisis in relation to the previous ones that we all (or at least some of us) went through in the early 90’s and early 00’s. Each time the film/tv industry got knocked down a bit, it evolved, changed models, and moved forward, usually with good results. So if you’ve had enough bad news, check it out. In Part II I’ll predict what happens next.
RSS Feed Online!
The downside of rolling your own code is that you have to reinvent the wheel. But better late than never! The RSS feed for the Chaotic Sequence website can be accessed at: http://www.chaoticsequence.com/rss.php. If you like FeedBurner, you can check it out at: http://feeds.feedburner.com/chaoticsequence. At the moment it’s only the blog that’s being “fed” but we will be adding articles, news, and other tidbits as things heat up on our various projects.