…One well-worn forty-two-year-old baseball cap worn by the Fall Guy himself, Colt Seavers (AKA Lee Majors), and now precariously balanced on the head of Sir Elvis:
I couldn’t resist wearing it today:
Not so precarious this way!
Here it is on Lee Majors’ head:
What am I bid? Who’ll start the bidding? What? Oh no, I’d never do that.
But, as long as I’m thinking about the show, anyone have any questions about it? A craving for the mechanics of putting it together or behind the scenes gossip? If so, fire away in the Comments section and I’ll write an article answering the best I can.
Why have I put quotation marks around “creatives?” Because regardless of how often this word is used on the interwebs to mean someone engaged in one artistic endeavor or another, I find said usage inaccurate, condescending, and insulting.
As I say it, we’re all creative one way or another, and constantly engaged in the most creative process known to man – creating our lives.
Be that as it may, here are two recent posts I think will be interesting and helpful to those about to embark on artistic journeys or explorations with which I’m somewhat familiar and which I consider to be, when you get down to it, more difficult than most newbies expect.
By which I mean:
Everything You Need to Get Started Filmmaking by Danny Chadwick
January is the magical time of year when movie buffs from around the world gather at the Sundance Film Festival to enjoy what the best indie filmmakers created the previous year. If you dream about being one of them but don’t know where to begin, we’ve got a list of gear to get you started….
“Recent advancements in AI are sending tremors through the tech industry. But as we’ve learned, this technology is also fairly unreliable—robots can’t write compelling articles, and conversational AI just can’t stop lying. Well, evidently, these are the perfect qualities for a lawyer.”
Hmm, one thing I think we can be sure of is that an AI attorney didn’t write the words in the quotation above. You can read the rest of ANDREW HEINZMAN‘s post on the subject on ReviewGeek.Com HERE.