Monthly Archives: July 2010
When I was 12, I saw the movie Kids for the first time. It was one of the most important early film-watching experiences in my life – that was a movie that evoked a strong initial emotional response, but has also stuck … Continue reading
Clothes make the man…and the murderer. From the files of Anne Jones, our production designer. Kids playing at killers. Punk rock under the sweet California sun. To the edge of the Western world, packing heat.
Our friends and co-conspirators at PianoFight Productions posted this about Low Shoulders at their blog. Rob Ready discusses the project’s origins and, necessarily, the Tempest bar in San Francisco near OffMarket Theaters. -Evan
“Only two things come in sprees. Shopping, and killing.” –Annie Yesterday, Elijah, Gabi, Anne and I met at Farleys East in Oakland to discuss fundraising. Over a few cups of joe and cup of joe accessories we planned our upcoming … Continue reading
This is a paparazzi photo of David and Maureen Smith during this trial of David and Myra. Maureen is Myra’s older sister. David is Maureen’s husband. David witnessed the fifth and final murder perpetrated by the killer couple, and called the police. However, … Continue reading