Sometimes when I talk to my mother on the phone, I feel like I’ve inadvertently crossed into a temporal distortion field where time passes slower for me than the actual time would indicate. Today, the effect was triggered by a seemingly innocuous question: “How much did it cost?”. This a reference to the renovation work recently completed on her kitchen. By way of a response, Mom proceeded to break down ALL of the work done to date, from the doors to the floor, cubbies to crawlspace, all the moving and the repairing and the cleaning and the painting, sparing absolutely no detail in the retelling. And, the more she talked, the further away the answer seemed to recede, tantalizingly close yet growing more elusive by the minute until, eventually, I couldn’t even remember what I’d asked in the first place.
Anyway, five grand.
I kid. I kid.
Closer to six.
Another stage completed on Project F today! This time the First World section. Keywords and phrases included: neural interfaces, future, post-apocalyptic, explore, unknown, their true identities a mystery. Tomorrow, I move on to the Second World section.
Amazing people with whom I’ve worked….
The incredible Joe Turner was our a camera operator on the last season of #DarkMatter before moving on to work on #KimsConvenience and #Titans. Pictured here with the equally fantastic Alyssa Pawlak. pic.twitter.com/VZZe93vfi8
— Joseph Mallozzi (@BaronDestructo) August 28, 2020
A veteran of the #OrphanBlack and #MurdochMysteries writers' rooms, Natalia Guled proved a powerful creative voice on #UtopiaFalls as well.
Looking forward to working with her again in the not too distant future! pic.twitter.com/oW1XDoAupT
— Joseph Mallozzi (@BaronDestructo) August 29, 2020
Sam Inayeh was the Director of Photography on #UtopiaFalls. He's accomplished, a focused worker, and a good guy. You can check out his most recent work on #Coroner. pic.twitter.com/TiTChJEEEw
— Joseph Mallozzi (@BaronDestructo) August 30, 2020