Sunday, August 18, 2019

Infamous Kitsap Ferry Riot @Local Sightings Film Festival 2019

Infamous Kitsap Ferry Riot is screening Wednesday, Sep. 25th 8:30-10:00pm at @nwfilmforum's 22nd Local Sightings Film Festival for Pacific NW film & mediamakers:

IKFR is proud to be part of the PUNK NOT PUNK short film program with several other cool Northwest films!

Wednesday, April 17, 2019

IKFR at Port Orchard Film Festival

IKFR is screening at POFF on Sunday May 5th right around noon as part of the short documentary block. The show runs about an hour with a Q&A directly following. See you there!

Friday, January 25, 2019

The Infamous Kitsap Ferry Riot PARTY!

 We had a premiere and party for the 31st Anniversary of the Infamous Kitsap Ferry Riot at Nii Modo on Sept 29th 2018. About 100 people came out to see the short film and share memories. I spoke in front of an audience for the first time and managed to live through it. Later, word had gotten around about the party and I was contacted by KIRO radio. I was interviewed by phone for a special interest piece about the IKFR. Literally, while we were on the phone, the old building that had once been known as NATASHA's Nite Club in Bremerton was reported burning. The old punk rock venue was a victim of arson and one more monument to our OG punk roots has vanished. Check out the story here

Saturday, March 18, 2017

Full Tilt Ice Cream Ad showing at SIFF 2017

 Awhile back I made an animated ad for Full Tilt Ice Cream. Looks like it'll be playing before selected films at SIFF 2017.

click here to see the ad.

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

"Cutter" music video by R.Ring out now!

I love this song. It was a blast making the video. Fuck yes. And the CD cover and LP gatefold looks amazing. Much love to Mike and Kelley.

"Clyde and Chris’ imagery captures perfectly those feelings of shame, isolation and aggressive carelessness that the lyrics evoke.”

Click here to see R.Ring's video for "Cutter."

Thursday, October 27, 2016

Torrey Pines Premieres at TWIST: Seattle Queer Film Festival!

The TORREY PINES premiere took place opening night of TWIST: Seattle Queer Film Festival to a sold out audience. A group of 20+ musicians including Kimya Dawson, Lori Goldston, EARTH, The Beaconettes and Yr Heart Breaks played a live score while Susie Kozawa performed live foley.

A few days later, I was honored to speak at the encore screening of TORREY PINES. I was amazed how many questions were asked and it felt great to represent our film in that way.

In the end TORREY PINES walked away with a Jury Award for Artistic Achievement.

Way to go team!