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Magic Hour in L.A.

My favorite metaphor for living in L.A. is captured by the beautiful sunsets which are caused by our very own air pollution – That’s right: Smog is the reason for our enhanced visual stimulation!  Score one for the Carbon Footprint! It has to do with scattering wavelengths of light (Rayleigh scattering).  Blue/violet waves are shorter which [...]

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The City of Fallen Angels

Making my first film, THE BANNEN WAY, was one of the most painful and exhilerating experiences of my life.  The process of figuring out how to make the impossible possible with little money and less time, suffering through impassioned- yet compassionless- criticisms, then being praised for achieving unprecedented views and a handsome payoff for my [...]

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The Funniest Choice

Jack Lemmon (SOME LIKE IT HOT, THE APARTMENT, GRUMPY OLD MEN) was arguably one of the top 10 funniest actors in the past century.  His ability to turn a boring piece of dialogue into an unforgettable moment was unprecedented.  Billy Wilder, while directing THE APARTMENT, insisted his actors stick to the script- but allowed Jack [...]

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The Creator’s Mind-Frame

Now that I’m back into pitching mode I’ve been reflecting on how to present the best “Jesse Warren” I can to a room of execs whom I want to buy my tv show idea. Long since are the days when I used to walk into rooms with awkward insecurity, plagued with anxiety-ridden thoughts of “I [...]

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Welcome to My New Site

Hey all, I’m excited to officially launch my site and get back into the world of blogging.  Mainly I’m using this as a venue to update you on any latest news, to show my work, and to talk about the world of TV/Film.  I’ll keep up with it as much as I can so check [...]

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Exquisite False Expectation

{An excerpt from Shane Black’s KISS KISS BANG BANG} — Harry (Robert Downey Jr) and Gay Perry (Val Kilmer) are trying to get information out of a hostage. HOSTAGE: “Look, I don’t know anything about a girl.  Seriously.  I was bluffing.” HARRY: “You know what?  I think that you are bluffing- right- now.” Harry empties his [...]

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A Unique Perspective on the Sphere of Humanity

A friend of mine, Leigh McGowan, was recently asked to write a book based on her blog, InCaseImGone.com, about her experience as a young mother who suffers from a very rare- and potentially fatal- disease called Pulmonary Hypertension.  When talking about her opportunity to share her stories in this new book, this brilliant, courageous, humble woman [...]

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The Dash vs the Ellipsis

This could also be called… “Cutting Off vs Trailing Off.” I’m certainly no grammar expert.  I get called out on my use of “its” vs “it’s” all the time.  Truth be told, I favor “its” sometimes simply because that extra space would put my dialogue on a new line, and nobody likes those dangling orphans [...]

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