Posts Tagged ‘movie’

Travelling Expenses…

July 19, 2014
Paul Headlines the NY Times Arts Section

Paul Headlines the NY Times Arts Section

Paul Eenhoorn in the New York Times

While your editor has been on a moving-across-the-country hiatus, our friend and actor Paul Eenhoorn has been in the ‘buzz’.  We’re a little late on the uptake due to the hiatus, but here he is landing ontop the NY Times Arts Section for a second time, with a half-page featured article inside.

Read all about it!

Read all about it!

Photos from NY Times courtesy of Townsend Canon

From the Editor’s Perch

January 18, 2012

BESEIGED ACTOR/WRITER FINDS SUCCESS.

Paul finds himself on a billboard.

Sometimes you up; sometimes you’re down. But good things do happen – even to Artists! Paul Eenhoorn (who writes Travelling Expenses for Schn00dles) has a movie coming out this year called, The Dead Men.

From the Editor’s Perch

September 1, 2011

FRYING SAUCERS

 

In case you’ve been wondering, ‘what’s the hold-up on the postings’?  Your editor, besides becoming a proud father, is also directing/shooting/editing a short movie written by Scot Bastian called Frying Saucers.  …It’s the deep South on a hot day.  BOB comes by to have a talk with his friend SLIM regarding some thoughts he’s been having, concerning, “Patterns.  Patterns which explain a few things.” …Mystery seems to have enveloped the small Southern town of Colby Junction.  We had a good response to both stage productions.  So we thought we’d try our chances with this short movie.

Scot Bastain plays BOB and Jorj Savage plays SLIM. 

P. S.  Rita is still plugging along.

Slim struggles to get his mind around what Bob is saying.

"I've come across a few patterns. Patterns which explain a few things."

 
 
 
 
 
Mysteries Abound in this Short Movie

Photos by Carl Nelson

 

Fashion with Chris

October 27, 2010

Will Chris Drop Fashion for a Hollywood Career?

Editor’s Note:  We’ve had a lot of requests for Chris’ fall line-up.  I’m afraid Hollywood has had its feelers out also.  Here’s a short trailer of Chris’ upcoming movie, Chocolate Holics. 

Chocolate Holics

However, the Seattle Celebrity News! is in negotiations with Chris’ Hollywood agent.  And we’re hopeful we can resume shooting Chris’ Fall AND Christmas fashion line-up as soon as some contractural complications are resolved.  In the meanwhile, enjoy Chris Mathews in his first romantic lead with the lovely actress, Kara Thorne!

Photo by Carl Nelson


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