Saturday, June 26, 2010

What Should I Really Be Doing?

What should I really be doing? is a question I ask myself all the time. I get caught in so many details of work and life that I often have to stop for a second and evaluate if what I am doing is "what I really should be doing." Well, all I can do is keep moving forward.

And lately, my schedule has been super duper insane. I am producing a documentary on Industrial Light & Magic and prepping for our feature The Diary of Preston Plummer. I am very happy to report that we have our financing for Diary and we leave for Amelia Island in 2 weeks!

And we just recorded audio commentary for our feature Not Since You today. We signed a DVD deal (woo hoo!) and we wanted to add some extra features to the DVD. So three of our actors -- Desmond Harrington, Jonny Abrahams, and Kathleen Robertson -- graciously gave us their Saturday afternoon so we could record commentary of the film.

A lot is happening and when it does, you can get caught in the swirl of it all and as my facebook status states currently, a month can go by and you don't even notice.

I'm busy but I'm also happy. And I wish I could blog more! But there is so much going on, which leads to me to the question "What Should I Really Be Doing?" All I can say is that I love what I'm doing and that's enough. That tells me it's what I should be doing.


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Joshua Leibovitch said...

Sometimes I feel like that. Like my life could be totally different and I should be something else. But when I think of those things I would be doing. The dream is cinematic like a movie so I keep on going with my writing and filmmaking. But then again I am just a college student.

ly said...

Just wish you health to continue the rush of life! And I hope the movie Not since you here in Brazil forward. You and the whole team has worked hard and passionately and only deserve everything good in life. Take care. Kisses Michely

videos cristianos said...

Congratulation, God bless your live, Good job!

Film Slate Magazine said...

You and all of us should do what we're passionate about and let the rest work it self out. I wish I took this advice about 10 years earlier, but I guess it's never too late.

James Paszko, Publisher,