Walmart National Commercial for Black Friday

Yup, that’s me opening the truck door, and those are my arms sliding the toys.  My butt has more screen time than my face… because my face has no screen time.  But hey, take what you can get in this business!

The Normal Heart – Scene for Director Workshop

Here is a scene from The Normal Heart performed by Scott Bender for television director, Alec Smight.

In the scene, Ned (Scott Bender) is asking his brother, Ben, to help with their committee in the fight against the 1980’s AIDS/HIV break out.  Ned is a gay man while Ben is a straight man, and they have never seen eye-to-eye on this cause.

Scott performs the scene twice, once as practiced and once with a note from Alec to be more sarcastic and joking in the beginning and let that emotion ride out.

‘Link: Legend of Zelda’ short film w/ alt. ending

Link: Legend of Zelda… A short film/trailer of what could be a feature length film.

Premise:
Link wakes up in the woods after years of wandering, in search of something unknown to him after all this time. It is there he has a dream which speaks of what he is to do, and of what he has already done. In the dream he is told what lies ahead, what he must do to truly become the person he is meant to be. The rightful owner of the Triforce of Courage and the savior of Hyrule. #WakeUp

Info:
“Link: Legend of Zelda” is a short film to what would be a real life Legend of Zelda movie. We don’t own any rights to Zelda but wanted to come up with a project that could get people excited, get people talking. Nintendo has produced Link/Zelda video games since the 1980’s and this is just one interpretation of what a film could look like. At the end of the day, we are all fans and wanted to make something fun and entertaining. We hope you enjoy and if not, please be respectful as this took a lot of time and effort from many people. If nothing else, it will hopefully make you want to break out the N64 and play the video game.

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