These past two weeks I’ve been using any free time I’ve had to edit together a video I took at an InfoWars rally in Austin, TX. I’ll leave the content of the video as a surprise, but be sure to look for the video on my Facebook and my YouTube, both of which are linked … Continue reading Future of Bermansplaining: Video Content, Podcasts, Interviews, and More?
To kick the new year off, I wanted to continue to highlight the movies from last year that made my honorable mentions list. While these movies weren’t the absolute ground breakers that my list from yesterday were, these movies either excelled at being fun or had a small flaw about them that kept them from … Continue reading 2017’S Film’s in Review: Honorable Mentions
With 2017 coming to a wrap, I decided to come off a blogging hiatus in order to highlight the films this year that not only were prime examples of artists at the peak of their craft, but also that inspired me in my filmmaking and creative endeavors. There were actually quite a few films that … Continue reading 2017’s Film’s in Review: Ethan’s Top 5 List
Producing a high quality web series might be the strangest thing I've done, and weirdly, some advice from a podcast I used to listen to has actually helped me through it. Burnie Burns, co-founder of the ultra-popular web company Rooster Teeth has always said that being part of a great film project or company feels … Continue reading Campus Heroes: First Day Wrapped
As I wrote in an earlier blog, I’m currently producing a web-series, and as we head towards our first day of shooting next week, the cost to run a high quality set continues to increase. Early on in the producing phase, my partner and I agreed that Patreon would be our best bet, as we … Continue reading Is Patreon an Effective Crowdsourcing Tool?
In what may otherwise seem like a mundane story today, Netflix announced that it would be putting $8 billion into making original content for its platform, showcasing where the future of digital streaming is headed. If you haven’t been paying attention, every major production company has been catching on to Netflix and Hulu’s success as … Continue reading Netflix Dumps Billions Into Developing Original Content: What This Means for the Future of Streaming
It’s very rare lately that I find it worthwhile to watch sequels, as they tend to recycle everything these days, from shots, to characters, to plot points. I’ve been bored by the last two Star Wars films, the most recent additions to the Aliens franchise, and I’ve completely given up on watching Marvel films within … Continue reading Best Sequel in Ages? – Blade Runner 2049 Review
I decided to avoid talking about politics today and instead use this blog to shamelessly promote a web series I'm producing called Campus Heroes. I'll talk more about the series and what it's about in further blogs, but the rundown is that it follows a zany security force as they attempt to protect their town … Continue reading Campus Heroes – Casting Calls