Category Archives: Southie Boy

A Letter to the Boston Landmarks Commission Regarding the Demolition of 928 East Broadway

Dear Ms. Stifel,        I am unable to attend the meeting regarding the demolition of 928 East Broadway due to work, however I wanted to contribute to the discussion in some way.  Like many others, I believe that the building should be preserved.  I am a life-long South Boston resident, and the house is […]

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‘Southie Boy’ Listed in Boston.com’s ‘Southie Through The Movies’ Collection

Boston.com: Southie Through The Movies

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Just Because I’m Not Your Friend Doesn’t Mean I’m Not From Southie

I woke up at 10am on Sunday and found this post on the Southie Boy Facebook Page “the southie movies are getting fuckign annoying man go back to hollywood. all you fools dont realise thsese camrbidge yuppies are making money off of your stories. stop supporting south boston movies unless then done by SOUTH BOSTON […]

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Official Southie Boy Trailer

 

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Reflection on Filming Southie Boy

**This is an excerpt from my Graduate Thesis Production Book.  At this point I was able to reflect of the pre-production, production, and post-production stages of this project, which began in my senior year of high school.** When I first started graduate school my Auntie Anne told me that it was more about navigating through the system […]

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Obtaining Rights and Licenses: The Adolescence of a Film

**This was my experience with obtaining rights for my film. While this will probably be very dry for the average reader (of a documentary filmmaker’s website…) I hope this is helpful to new filmmakers who are looking to get their projects ready for distribution.** Welcome to My Problem When I started Grad School, my Business […]

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Interview with Boston.com

I was interviewed by Boston.com yesterday.  Check it out here.  Thank you to the inspiring amount of email from those who lived during the time.  I will be responding to all of you. Also, thank you to those who commented on the article’s comment page.  Whether you agree or disagree with this project, we are […]

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Busing Movie 2.0

Here is a rough cut of my work in progress.  This semester has been a whirlwind of personal and professional accomplishments, and the fruits of my labor are being received very well. If you know anyone that would be able to contribute to this project in any way (interviews, archival footage, information, friend of a […]

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Busing Movie 1.0

In all projects there is a learning curve.  I’ve put off showing this video for some time now, because it is amateurish at best.  However, I am hoping that you will be interested in seeing my development aesthetically and narratively.  As always, please feel free to provide feedback, and contact me if you have any […]

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The Fine Cut

So I found myself sitting at the editing station last night thinking to myself, “If I keep changing things up like this, I’m really going to mess up this video.”  In other words, “You’ve got your fine cut, idiot.  Stop tooling around.” I read an article about the video game Duke Nukem.  This was a […]

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