Matt Cipov

posted by on 04.30.2010, under Art


Why is a raven like a writing desk?

posted by on 04.30.2010, under Random, You're Welcome.

Movie Night at the Glasslands

posted by on 04.29.2010, under Film Festivals

Got talking with friends one night over drinks. Decided we should start a small film screening.
Movie Night at the Glasslands was born!

If you have a new short animation that you would like to submit to Movie Night, please send your DVD to …

333 West 52nd Street
Suite 805
New York, NY 10019

Please send all DVDs to the above address by May 14th.

Movie Night with be held on Sunday, May 30th at 8PM.
The Glasslands
289 Kent Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11211

Please print out the form below and include with your submission.
Unfortunately we don’t have the space all night, so we can’t screen every film we receive, but we’re going to try to include as many as possible to make this the best Movie Night ever!
Also, our friend who’s doing the invite wants to put screen shots of the films, so if you plan on entering, send one ASAP in an email with the subject: “Movie Night – Screen Shot” to


jOy and nOey


posted by on 04.29.2010, under Animation, Film, Film Festivals, Independent

Golem wins the Audience Choice Award for Best Animation at Charleston! This is one of our favorite festivals, and this year was super fun – we have Tina McCard to thank for that! Thank you for giving us food and shelter for the week!

To Brian Peacher and Summer Spooner-Peacher : great job putting together another fantastic festival!
Some photos …
The Awards Ceremony: Joy and I with Nick Soliday of Snow in Africa – might be doing their next music video soon …

The lovely Tina McCard, me and Joy down at Folly Beach!
Festival Director Brian Peacher, me, Tina McCard and Joy at Club Pantheon
Opening Night Party – from the left: Joy, Dave Brown, Matt Slechter (won Best Feature for Republic of Pete) and me!


True Romance

posted by on 04.16.2010, under Film, Love

After Helena Bonham Carter earned the part of Mrs. Lovett in Sweeney Todd, Tim Burton came into her kitchen with an old scrap of paper. “I found this original drawing from 20 years ago,” he said. “It looks like you and Johnny. I drew you before I knew you existed.”

Helena Bonham Carter from “The Art of Tim Burton”