Thursday, March 6, 2008

For your viewing pleasure

I’m probably going to be sorry I told you this but…

It turns out my film – Mya’s Normal Night - is already available on the web for your viewing pleasure. Our lead actor, Dylan Ramsey, has it on his web site.

If you really want to see it you can click here:

http://www.dylanramsey.com/videos.html

Before you watch please keep in mind that this was my first attempt, I’m an amateur, Rob and I did the whole thing on our own dime, it’s harder than it looks, sometimes location and lighting and equipment dictate script and…umm…well it’s not exactly Oscar material, okay?

Anyway, enjoy and also check out Dylan in an upcoming episode of Nip/ Tuck airing (in Canada) on March 28th.

Thank you everyone for the wonderful comments on yesterday’s post. Rob and I just sat and read them all together and we’re still smiling. Rob is still in a lot of pain but he is trying to stay upbeat. It helps you know, it really helps, to be reminded that there are real people out there rooting for our family – we appreciate each and every one of you.

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19 comments:

Amy said...

Thank you for sharing that link. The story is very original. I enjoyed it.

Becky L said...

Unfortunately, I don't have Cable or Satelite or anything like that, so I can never see new episodes of Nip/Tuck. But I really like what I've seen of it

OHmommy said...

I am going to watch the link right now.

I am glad you and Rob can smile now. My hubby used to bike and had a major accident days before our wedding and never got back on one. They (biking accidents) are so tramatic... especially when no one helps you out.

Dylan Ramsey said...

First of all, Kelly is being very humble when she explains that it was her first film, and that she's an amateur, and location/lighting and equipment made things a challenge. Her and Rob are amazing, did phenomenal work. If one would really pick at the short film - you would dislike the bartender's accent in the very beginning. Thats pretty much it :)

For their first film, it turned out amazing and I would work with them anytime. Professionals, and caring people - a great asset in the industry.

What they never knew is that many people email me all the time saying that they LOVED Mya's Normal Night. To date, its my most favorite short film (which is why I posted it online) and I am estatically happy with the feedback I have always been getting (most from Europeans). Its a hit over there!

Kelly, email me, or get me your email. Would love to catch up. I hope life has been great to you and Rob. Miss you both.

PS: Yvonne's down here in LA, and she's great! We've hung out several times :)

Cheers!!!

DR

Karen said...

How fun! I'll pop over and watch now. I feel as I'm in the company of a celebrity. :)

Laura said...

AWESOME!!! WELL DONE!

sky girl said...

I can't wait to watch it!

Melissa said...

Oh, I know what I'll be doing this afternoon!

I hope that Rob continues to feel better!

Mighty Morphin' Mama said...

Yay, I am so going to watch! Thanks Kelly:)

Brittany said...

Stupid American Man.... lol

That was GREAT! I really enjoyed it!

Angie said...

Thanks for sharing your short film. I liked the story. Dark. The Paris setting was perfect. I hate that the parents were so willing to put their daughter in harm's way for their own con. I want the full length feature where it backfires a bit, With the twist and the tables turning full circle.

KEEP BELIEVING

Mary said...

Thanks for sharing this! I'm going to watch it later at home. So I'll be back later!

Also, I plan to do a post about the acupuncture picture I posted today at some point over the weekend!

Teachin' this mommy new tricks! said...

HOPe he is doing better!

Kellan said...

I'm going to go over and check it out - cool!! I'm glad you hubby is okay - I hope he recovers quickly. I will keep him and you in my thoughts and prayers.

And, Thanks for coming by and thanks for your prayers for our sweet baby. Take care and I'll see you soon. Kellan

John-Michael said...

Both You and Rob are in my thoughts and caring prayers.

Tot's Mom said...

Hope Rob will recover soon. And no more pain for him as well.

caramama said...

I finally had a chance to watch the film, and I'm really impressed! It is a great story, and really well done. Very original and intriguing. Thanks for sharing it with us.

I hope that Rob heals quickly. At least he is smiling. :-)

p.s. I tagged you for a meme.

Ms. Porter said...

I am so excited! Thanks for letting us know, you may recall I was asking if there was a way to see it a few months ago. I can't watch now, it's waaaay past my bedtime....must crash. BUT, I will check it out asap. thanks.

Karen MEG said...

That was a great short, Kelly; very professionally done! And from Dylan's comments, a great experience all around.

You are a very talented family!