Movie Madness

Hello, gentle readers.

I’m shooting a short film tomorrow morning. The script is by Nicole-Henriette Pirnie. It’s about two people on an awkward first date. They have Googled each other…too much. So, even though I should sleep because I have a 6:15 am call time, I am excited like a little kid on Christmas Eve because it’s the first thing I’ve directed since The Wardrobe. We’re going release the film online here sometime this fall.

I have had movie-brain so haven’t been hanging out online the past few days (except for Twitter…always Twitter), so comment moderation/reading & answering emails/thanking people for their amazing donations has been very spotty. That’s not likely to change in the next 72 hours, so if you’re fascinated by the discussions we’ve been hosting here lately here are some recs for places to continue them. First, did you see where our discussion of creeps made Citizen Radio’s podcast? If you want to read more about what we might be able to do to change rape culture, check out this excellent post  about some things we could actually do to prevent rape. I also really liked Arabella Flynn’s tale of the Gronkulated Fleebwanger which breaks down how creepiness is about entitlement, not social awkwardness.

Sleep well, internet. Enjoy this photo of hummus.

A plateful of hummus
Hummus. Photo by me.

 

 

24 thoughts on “Movie Madness

  1. not to kiss your ass CA but your blog and the Awkward (awesome) Army mean so much to me. A constant source of internet love, and you have also helped me find a blogging community of my own (in our words, so so great) so rock on long into the blogosphere.

    1. Donate any dollar amount to the site via PayPal (welcometoawkwardtown@gmail.com) and I’ll send you a link to The Wardrobe!

  2. Wow, I very much enjoyed that photo of hummus. Also, may I make a suggestion for anyone who enjoys pickled things? Pickled green beans. They have basically everything a pickled cucumber has, but like a zillion times the crunch. Also, sometimes they’re spicy.

    Good luck with the film, Captain!

    1. Spicy pickled green beans = staple ingredient of the Southerner’s Bloody Mary. I used to know a bartending lady who dumped the pickle juice right in, as well.

      1. Hah! Fitting that I was logged in as my food blog for that comment. I’m Tanglethis, actually.

  3. That picture makes me homesick–I used to eat all the time at a Greek restaurant in Oakland where the hummus looked like that.

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