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Check out “Dave vs. Goliath”

“Dave Vs. Goliath” is a short film I edited in 2012. It’s one long scene from D. Loriston Scott’s new screenplay. We shot the scene in order to help promote the screenplay in hopes of selling it. Loriston previously scored a hit with his screenplay “Wonderland” that starred Val Kilmer. In addition to the editing, I also was Director of Photography and did the opening title animation and the establishing shot (in Cinema 4D) and the graphics, as well as sharing a Directing credit with Loriston.

It was a fun project shot over the course of two nights at R&J Restaurant in Downey, CA. Much props to the actors and our small crew who did a fantastic job!


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