September 6, 2012

Thursday, September 6, 2012


Work progresses on Fish Head. Lay outs and new key poses. Script re-writes. Juggling school pick ups, drop offs. Other “commercial” jobs and their little quirks. Are you for real? Obviously not as important as you think you are. But intertwined in many lives nonetheless.

We see the light of day, only to have it eclipsed, and re-appear.

Business of nostalgia. Business of art and story. Was it this complicated to paint on cave walls. Maybe not, but I would have been dead by now at my age.

My wife says my car smells like old spaghetti.



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4 Responses to September 6, 2012

  1. Brody says:

    Wow, you have been working on this for quite some time. How long is it,may I ask? Is it going to be feature length?

    • Joe Murray says:

      No, you would think though. It’s a short, but I’m being very meticulous with it. Maybe too much so, but in protest of how fast I was always pumping out TV work. I also have to work on it between commercial gigs and Dad and husband duties.

  2. Joe Murray says:

    And there is nothing wrong with slow. Nobody has commissioned me on this project, I have no deadline to have to meet with this film. So I am fine with how long it takes.

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