After some consideration we've come to the conclusion that some aspects of the short film we shot over winter break were not satisfactory and so I've taken it offline. While I feel that the movie had the best visuals we've ever done, the writing and development was so rushed in order to be able to film in time for winter break, that at the end of the day, the idea of the movie just wasn't executed quite as well as it deserved to be. My apologies go out to everyone who put their time and hard work into the movie, but email me and I will be glad to send you a private link/DVD of the movie. From now on we won't jump into a new project at the last minute like that, and we'll ensure that only the best work we're capable of ends up on this website.
In other news, Snow Job played at SCBFF and we're honored to have played among such competition. The short films that were accepted to the festival were drastically improved in quality since last year's fest. Out of the 10 accepted movies, ours was by far the cheapest one to play there. Some of the short films must have cost tens of thousands of dollars and were extremely professional in terms of production quality. I believe I heard that the cheapest movie besides ours was budgeted at about $1,000. Meanwhile Snow Job cost about $50 and was made in under a week. Feels good to know that despite our tight (or nonexistant) budget, we can still compete with the more affluent filmmakers our age.