Transamazonica... The Motion Picture?

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Speilberg and the Coen Brothers haven’t come knocking quite yet but while on the trip I shot quite a bit of video and still photography that I wasn’t able to upload onto the website due to the impossibly slow connections. Now that I am back I’d like to use that choppy on-the-bike-video and remaining still photos to hopefully make a short film… with some help.

This is still very much in the embryonic stage so there isn’t too much to report right now. However, I have made contact with an excited film making maniac who will be sorting through the files to see if something can be pieced together.

Mat Tucciarone from New England Institute of Art will be working with my raw photos and video footage, along with some interviews he’ll be shooting, to put together a documentary about my trip. Both Mat (with one T) and myself are pumped about this project.

Check out Mat’s site: http://www.mathewtucciarone.com/

5 Responses to “Transamazonica… The Motion Picture?”
  1. I’m glad it’s still habit for me to check your site. I cant wait to see your footage. I hope it’s like Grizzly Man. We should have a viewing party, what do you think?

    by Erek
    on 20. Dec, 2009

  2. Congratulations on finishing, and good luck with your film! Let us know when you’re showing it!

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