Posts Tagged ‘about us’

Untitled Short Film In The Making

Friday, December 14th, 2012

It’s been six weeks since we kicked off and we’ve since finished up our second short film, however this one hasn’t got a title yet. We’ll get back to you on that one. It’s a horror / thriller short about 10 minutes long. Much thanks to everyone who helped put this together.

More details and clips to come soon, but like the screenplays though, we’re going to take you through how we went about it and what we do with it in the coming weeks.


Back To Our Regularly Scheduled Programming

Sunday, November 18th, 2012

Top tens and random ideas aside, one of the things we want to do with this website is take you through what we do, our journey so to speak as this evolves. So not just about short films and screenplays, but what we did with them, and how we went about them. Hopefully it at the least can give you a bit of advice too.

We’ve been working on promoting and/or finalizing our new pieces and here is where you have to make the most of your contacts, your network, various events, contests and more.  So we’re going to try to devote some of that time to start putting some commentary here in the coming weeks.

You’ll find more about who’s involved on this project now that this site is starting to evolve itself…. (no one cares for a site with nothing on it, so currently we’re working on keeping this at a good pace for starters), but the next gear, next step, etc is taking you through not only what we’re doing, but what we do with it.  So stay tuned.

And So It’s Begun, This is Day One

Saturday, October 27th, 2012

Welcome to Dead Red Eyes, a small production/writing/audio/film team based on the East Coast. Our blog website will contain a mix of things, such as writings about our own writings (such as screenplays), films (such as short films), and other people’s work too (perhaps a mix of stuff we like and spoofs of stuff we do/don’t, along with work from close friends of ours).

Call it comedy, art, drama, make them timepieces. We really care about some of it, like we do about film making and movies. Some of it is an absolute joke, like the movies too.

Abandoned drive in theater