The tail of two cities: whose ass is on the (border) line?

Lawrenceburg is an erstwhile port city, seated on the bank of the Ohio River, at the caudal end of Indiana. If you were to look at a map of Indiana, where the straight line dips as if it were a Read More …

 

When pain becomes pleasurable

Studies suggest that the brain chemical dopamine, the chemical interface between events and our emotional response, cannot distinguish well between a negative or positive stimulus. In other words, it is non-discriminatory when it comes to the pain / pleasure dichotomy. Read More …

 

Playing the slots (not a typo) in Indy

Long roads, corn fields, nothing much to see…oh, maybe it’s because it’s early in the morning and I am not yet awake…..well, ‘awake’ in my definition. It was approximately 9am, and I was weaving my way through Shelbyville, Indiana, to Read More …

 

Ebola on set: Richmond, IN

Filming Ebola: On set with Adam, Kyle, Justin and enna. The crickets chirp at night and the birds tweet a sweet wake-up melody; a crackling campfire burns at dusk and beckons the spent actors after a long day’s work; endless Read More …

 

48 hour film project: Companion Inc.

So here is the film we shot in Lafayette last week  

 

Lafayette: Stop for the gasoline, stay for the calzone!

Lafayette, Indiana is celebrating its victory in the first round of the America’s Best Communities competition, a $10 million initiative to stimulate economic revitalization in small towns and cities……..so the article reads. Prior to yesterday, when we filmed the 48hour Read More …