Blast from the past
This popped up through YouTube last week, and it's fun, so I thought I'd share it:
Back in 2001, my very good friend from high school, Matt Martinez, and myself took a film making class at American River College. Our assignment over the semester was to write, direct and act in three short films with a small group of our classmates.
Matt and I were on each other's nerves one day and, inspired, our first project "Kick Ass" (which starts around the 7:50 mark) was born. Our group sort of fleshed out the characters over our montage piece (starting at 4:30; continued at 11:00).
After the class everybody went they're separate ways, but Matt and I never again heard from our classmate Brad after class as he had almost immediately moved back home to Texas.
Imagine my surprise when I saw last week, the following film, Per Stirpes , in it's re-edited with new content glory.
All of our footage was never intended to be viewed outside of that class, but if you are interested in seeing my nineteen-year-old self and some amazing bleached tips beat up my best friend, it's worth a click.
As KK Moggie would say, "Own it."