Alright, alright. I’ll leave you in peace.
The world needs reminding that Robert Lopez, the man who wrote beautiful songs such as Let It Go for Frozen, also wrote co-created, and wrote songs for, the Tony-award winning musical Avenue Q, which contained beautiful songs such as: The Internet is for Porn, If You Were Gay, and You Can be as Loud as the Hell You Want (When you’re Making Love), My Girlfriend Who Lives in Canada, and more. :D
(Seriously, if you’ve never seen Avenue Q you see if there’s still a production running near you. You won’t be disappointed.)
maneljavier asked: dude, thank you! you're awesome :)
No problem. Only fair to return the favour :)
Gary Green interviews Metro Manila director Sean Ellis ahead of the film’s DVD release on March 10.
jasoncerrato asked: Hi. I don't even remember what prompted me to follow you in the first place but i's been an enjoyable experience thus far. So, yeah. Good work!(?)
Ha, thanks. I don’t know either, since I’ve hardly been using tumblr this year. But I’ll actually have some original stuff to post within the next… month… maybe…
Sean Ellis has been flying high over the last year with the success of his latest film Metro Manila: not only has it been a critical hit, but it has been picking up awards as well.
To celebrate the release of the superb METRO MANILA on the home formats next Monday, we have an exclusive ‘behind the scenes’ clip to share with our readers.
METRO MANILA was the winner of three BIFA awards and was recently nominated for a BAFTA. It was also the UK’s official submission in the Best Foreign Language Film Award category at this year’s Oscars.
METRO MANILA Is released on DVD on 10thMarch.
Check out our exclusive clip below.
Life Of A Salesman - Yellowcard
and we all wept with joy
I am the stone that the builder refused
I am the visual, the inspiration
That made Lady sing the blues
I’m the spark that makes your idea bright
The same spark that lights the dark
So that you can know your left from your right
I am the ballot in your box, the bullet in the gun
The inner glow that lets you know to call your brother son
The story that just begun, the promise of what’s to come
And I’mma remain a soldier till the war is won
Judo flip…chop chop chop..
The Boondocks Opening Theme
Want to make an award-winning independent film? It’s easy. Just remortgage your home, set off for a country you’ve briefly visited on holiday and quite like the look of, recruit a cast and crew of locals and shoot it in a foreign language, using state-of-the-art technology, in a month. You won’t have to worry about keeping your financiers happy as you haven’t got any. Then it’s plain sailing all the way through nine months of editing, throughout which you can shoot commercials to pay for all that post-production.