helpless romantic

As we sit in the editing room with our next short film, we look back at our last one:

A hopelessly romantic introvert is coerced by her friends into trying a dating app. What ensues are the mishaps of searching for true love on the interweb. Can a hopeless romantic thrive in the age of online dating?

Sweat, tears, joy and absolute exhilaration.
iHeart, we heart you still.
#MadeinNewYork #STFteam #DreamsComeTrue #RomCom #Romantic

man course

FADE IN: 2 girls with teas-in-tow.

So I’m walking with my girl, you know, shooting the shit, I hadn’t seen her in like a minute, and out of the fuckin’ blue, we hear this guy shout out to us. The next thing we know, he’s directly in front of us, well, my friend.
“I had to stop you and tell you I think you’re beautiful,” he tells her.
My friend giggles completely flattered.
We say some warm stranger hello’s and then his boy is next to us shooting the shit with me.
“What are you guys up to?” the first guy says.
I point to my friend and tell them I haven’t her in a minute, so we’re gonna go catch up, so thanks but no thanks, you know.
We say our goodbyes. That was flattering, you know, blahblah, and then we keep walking.

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freedom

freedom

Wise words from the Buddhist master, Thích Nhất Hạnh:

On true freedom
“Letting go gives us freedom, and freedom is the only condition for happiness. If, in our heart, we still cling to anything – anger, anxiety, or possessions – we cannot be free.”

I’m here for an argument

I was just talking about this skit with friends the other night.
Here’s what creativity, teamwork and joy can bring the world.

Ladies and gentlemen, Monty Python:

“I cut down trees, I skip and jump, I like to press wildflowers.
I put on women’s clothing and hang around in bars.”
– Michael Palin, 1969.