Nick’s Profile

I like donuts, the city, snow, and those Java Chiller things from Sonic. They’re delicious.

I’ve worked on 8 movie projects this past year, and I’m trying to learn all I can to be a feature film director. You can see some film work here:  http://www.youtube.com/user/KidReviewer

Interests: indie filmmaking, electric guitar, parkour-freerunning,  creating flash animation, drawing, creating techno music CD’s

Favorite Movies: Monthy Python’s Holy Grail, Pan’s Labyrinth, A Clockwork Orange

Music I’m Into: This Providence, The Beatles, Never Shout Never, Say Anything, The Cool Kids, Jim Sturgess, ReliantK, and alot more.

Books: The Hobbit, Ender’s Game, The Good Earth

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Posted on April 24th, 2010 by Nick

3 Responses to “Nick’s Profile”

  1. Edwin McRae Says:

    Hi Nick,

    You have eclectic and offbeat tastes…I like that, as well as the fact the you’ve reviewed Enders Game…one of my favourite SF books ever.

    How would you feel about taking a look at a kids book for me? Skeleton Eater, a macabre picture book for 5-10 year olds, about an escalator that eats children :)

    There’s a sample at http://fictionengine.net and if that snags you I can send you a full pdf of the book to peruse at your leisure.

    Your keen insights would be more than welcome, man!

    cheers!
    Edwin

  2. soundcloud promotion Says:

    Good Stuff:) We love electronic music and we love to promote it so we wonder if we can publish some of your news on one of ours blog about electronic music. Let us now:)

  3. Jonas Says:

    Hello,

    My name is Jonas Barranca and I work for Miles High Productions, a digital marketing firm. We are currently promoting BBoy for Life, a documentary about the struggle between gang violence and the use of break dancing as an outlet from the dangers of Guatemala City living.
    Throughout Guatemala City street-gangs terrorize civilians and force young boys into a life of gangbanging; however, the subculture of B-boys has emerged, which are crews of break-dancers who use their artform to steer away from gang violence.
    The production company is Nadus Films, and the movie is directed by Nadus Films’ president, Coury Deeb.

    You can see Coury describe his passion for film making and for BBoy for Life in this interview:
    http://www.bing.com/videos/watch/video/interview-nadus-films/1v7a5myxq

    You can view any of Coury’s 15 video-blogs taken throughout the shooting process of BBoy for Life, as well as clips from past Nadus Films productions on their website:
    http://nadusfilms.com/

    The Blogs are also viewable on Vimeo:
    http://vimeo.com/nadusfilms

    If you are interested in posting videos from BBoy for Life, interviewing Coury Deeb or in reviewing the movie upon its release, just let me know.
    Thank you for your time and consideration.

    -Jonas Barranca

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