An episodic web series chronicling the adventures of an English teacher in small-town Spain.
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Back from Philly! Ben, Erika, and I had a great time on our recent trip to the film festival. It was awesome to see our work on a big screen and we had fun meeting filmmakers and animators from across … Continue reading
Greetings Pueblo world! It’s been a long time since I last posted, but I have some exciting news: we have a new short film based on the Pueblo series and it will be premiering soon at the Philadelphia Film and … Continue reading
I recently published a post about the camera and lenses used to film Pueblo so today I follow up with an entry on the other stuff we had in our equipment bag. I’ve listed the items below in decreasing order … Continue reading
Gerald Phelony is featured in the opening scene of Pueblo. He appears in a cameo role as Phillip Raznick, Ben Raznick’s father. Gerald is a veteran actor. He has appeared in many supporting roles at Dinner Theaters in Washington State … Continue reading
The entire process of finding and deciding which music to use in Pueblo was one of my favorite parts of the project. We were lucky enough to get permission to use original compositions from many incredible musicians. Below is information … Continue reading
Some people have been curious about the gear I used to make Pueblo, so I’m finally writing up a post about my trusty Canon T2i. I was lucky to get this camera as a birthday/Xmas gift, but it’s on the … Continue reading
Check it out, our Celebrity Scoop video is currently being featured on the homepage of the International Movie Trailer Festival. We also have an article featured on their blog which I pasted below: A Comedy Web Series Set in Small-town … Continue reading
Well we worked till the 11th hour getting ready for our Pueblo premiere party, but I am happy to report that our sneak preview screening on Friday was a huge success. A big thank you to everyone who came and … Continue reading
Olive season’s come and gone, the days are getting longer, and our apartment no longer feels like the Arctic tundra. What does this mean? It is finally spring. Adiós Seasonal Affective Disorder, viva la primavera! We’re still plugging away on … Continue reading