Friday, October 4, 2013

New website and blog.

It's time to say goodbye to this blogspot page. Onward and upward to my own website with it's own wordpress section for my own blog on my own site. Yeah! Been wanting to do this for a while. Thanks to everyone that has made it happen. Your glorious donations have helped me spread the word about this giant documentary all around the world. And now I hope to spread it all the more with the new site.

http://duochromefilms.com is the new spot for everything to do with Who's Afraid of Red Yellow and Blue. And the new projects to come in the future.

I'll be working, along with my good friend and webmaster Michael Lukacsko on expanding the website in the coming months. But for now, we have "A Preface" available as a video on demand for everyone to see. 51 minutes of some of my favorite painters, sculptors, writers, and curators.

Thanks and please now guide your browser here...
  


Saturday, September 21, 2013

A Preface.....limited edition printing.

Almost immediately after the screening of the Preface of the film in Kingston NY in August. I was thinking of how I can get it to more people. Granted, I always take care of those in the film first. So I began printing up dvd's to send to all the participants, so they can have them for their archives. I also began thinking of how I could get it to the public in a more economical way than just dvd's. I have been speaking with my friend and web maestro Michael Lukacsko about the possibility of doing pay per view VOD from our new website.

Granted the VOD section is not quite ready yet, but we are hoping the new website will be ready within the week, along with the Preface in a VOD section of it's own. Soon to have even more VOD sections from select participants. There is well over 200 hours of footage and I don't want to deprive anyone of being able to view much of the footage before it hits the screen.

As for now, know that I am my web-maestro are steadily working on helping you to have the most amazing viewing experience into the lives and work of what I feel are some of the most important artists of this day and age.




Saturday, September 14, 2013

My Day with John and Rodney

On a lovely Saturday in August. During my recent NYC trip, I got to spend a part of the day with two of my favorite painters and film participants, John Zinsser and Rodney Dickson. We began the day with John coming to Rodney's to pick me up so we could go talk about a few projects I am working on. We invited John into Rodney's and ensued a wonderful conversation about painting and nyc gallery history. John, being the historian he is, never seems to be without his camera.

Once we left Rodney's, John and I went to his studio with Rodney in tow on one of his motorcycles. Yet another wonderful conversation about painting ensued there. Here's some pics covering that wonderful day. Pics at Rodney's by Zinsser, pics at Zinsser's studio by myself.

 
 
 
 















Saturday, August 10, 2013

First Film Festival

Big Thanks going to Peter Reginato for always being the man with the cam. If it weren't for him I wouldn't have these pics to share with you today. Here's a bunch of the photos that Peter took while at the Premiere for Who's Afraid of Red Yellow and Blue: A Preface. Shown on Thursday August 8th at the BSP Lounge for the Kingston NY Film Festival.

 
The talk before the screening.



John Zinsser

Sandi Slone

Peter Reginato

Dennis Hollingsworth

Rodney Dickson



Stephen Bennett



Michael Brennan

Louise P. Sloane





Forrest Myers



Carl Belz

Karen Wilkin

Matthew Deleget

James Panero



Robert C. Morgan



Klaus Kertess



Dee Solin



Ronnie Landfield





Darryl Hughto



Ruth Ann Fredenthal



Susan Roth




Robert C. Morgan speaking after the screening.


Myself, Robert, Louise, and Randy.


Robert's friends.


Ric Dragon


My Mother.



Louise, Randy, Myself, Astrid, and Ric.


Louise, Randy, Myself, Astrid, and Ric.


Myself at Ric's.


At the screening.





Peter Reginato and Louise P. Sloane.