Monday, October 27, 2008


Here's a nice tid-bit for Halloween! I worked on a narrative short-film about cannibals a few weeks ago called DILIM. It was directed by Chino of the International Academy of Film and Television (IAFT) and starring James Farrel. I was James' buddy-buddy from the military and they pretty much turn me into dinner. Pass the sausages please!

This is the scene where James unconvers the plot, and proceeds to freak out and sneak around the house.

Here's a cheesy Halloween shot.

I had to stare at this doll for two days. It was one of our props, and had the most terrifying eyes. Why? Because they're painted on and appear to be staring you down at every angle. Creepy!

Dead people need makeup too! The fake blood used on the set is sickly sweet and attract many ants. The last shot is of the house we filmed the production at.

photography by Joel Gana and

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