Wednesday, September 12, 2007

Greetings from Temecula


Indie coming-of-age feature Greetings From the Shore opens the Temecula film festival today and I'm off to check it out. It's my first film festival (I know - you'd think I go to these all the time), so I'm keen to see what's what. I played a supporting role of a Russian sailor who's a migrant laborer on the Jersey shore.

Leads Kim Shaw and David Fumero are great as the unlikely couple who hook up one summer. It was a great opportunity working in the picture postcard town of Lavalette and to play with the gang, which included good buds Lars Arentz-Hansen and Ron Geren - and our intrepid leader, Greg Chwerchak.

For more info, you can visit the Temecula Film Fest website.
There's also a great review of the film HERE.

Apparently we get ferried to the red carpet in vintage cars! I can see the puzzled expressions on people's faces now, as I cruise by in my open-top MG: "Who the %&$# is that?!"

Hehehe.

Not a bad way to spend your birthday...

5 comments:

  1. Belated happy birthday!

    Hey, just saw your resume: you're slipping back into Balthier's leather trousers and dodgy shoes for the Final Fantasy Tactics remake? If so, that's great news. You really bring him to life.

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  2. Happy Birthday!
    You've got the best voice in the world!
    I love Balthier and your YouTube videos, especially "The Incredible Breakfast Band"!
    Thanks for all.

    PS: Sorry for my bad English, I live in Belgium and I am in my third year of English lessons.
    Oh, I forgot. I'm 14 (soon 15!)

    Bye

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  3. Happy (belated) Birthday, Gideon :) Looking forward to listening to your performance in Mass Effect (still trying to guess which character you're playing...)

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  4. Happy belated birthday Gid! (yeah I know, don't call me Gid!) I have no excuse for not wishing you a nice birthday, no alien abduction, no natural disaster, no witness protection program, no good excuse. So why didn't I scream across cyberspace on time? Don't know. Anyway, pleae forgive me. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! (that's at least early.)

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