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The Adventures of Bunny Bravo

Bunny Bravo

Hi friends & family!

It has been too long, but I want to share an exiting new project that I am involved with. I am working with producer Mychal Simka to help bring and animated children’s film to screens large and small.

With an all-star cast and over a dozen pop songs, Adventures of Bunny Bravo is Simka Entertainment’s 14th animated film. The movie will be produced in both English and Spanish following the success of Un Gallo Con Muchos Huevos – Producer Mychal Simka’s first and only other film released in English and Spanish – which made over $9 million at the box office.

We are currently raising money through Microventures and IndieGoGo’s equity crowdfunding portal. Proceeds from the raise will go towards the creation of deliverables required for distribution in the U.S., UK, Canada, Mexico, and South America and marketing the project to cable, pay-per-view, premium video-on-demand, and DVD buyers in those markets.

There are some pretty great perks available for investors, including a Bunny Bravo comic book that we will be spearheading.

Check out the campaign, and share with your friends and family!

Thank you for your continued support!


“Andrew Bird: Fever Year” – Catch it at the Indianapolis Fim Fest Before it Flies Away

I was flattered to be asked to guest blog with a group of Indianapolis film fans for this year’s Indy Film Fest.  The first film I was asked to write-up was “Andrew Bird: Fever Year.”

“Andrew Bird: Fever Year” is a snapshot of Andrew Bird. It is a moving picture taken over a year of touring and laid out before the viewer in one hour and twenty minutes. A beautiful film that is sipped, not gulped; should you choose to partake, you will be treated to selections from a Milwaukee performance while spending time with Andrew on his family farm, in the studio, and of course, on the road.

Read more of my thoughts on the film at Indy Film Fest 2012: ANDREW BIRD: FEVER YEAR.

Tron Legacy Review: Go see it at the iMax in 3D

Tron LegacyThanks to Downtown Comics in Indianapolis, and Dodge from MOKB’s ability to purchase comics, I was able to catch Tron Legacy in 3D at the Indianapolis State Museum’s iMax Theatre Monday night.

I must say, it was a worthwhile experience. I definitely recommend watching the original before you go, as the film is not only full of eye candy and epic action, but nods to the original film as well. The plot is what you’d expect from the trailers, and not much more, but I left wanting more; which tells me Disney has definitely set Tron up for a new franchise.

My only criticism is the Jeff Bridges CGI. I’ll try to not to spoil anything – let’s just say that sometimes it works, and sometimes it doesn’t.

As I mentioned, it is worth seeing at the iMax if you can. This was the first feature I’ve enjoyed in that experience, and I’ll look to do it again. The 3D in the film is tasteful and enveloping, and helps bring the viewer into the new, updated world of The Grid.

The Indianapolis State Museum iMax is raffling off a working vintage Tron arcade game as well during the run, so be sure to enter the contest, and throw a big Tron themed party if you win.