Not Fake News: Re-releasing “Brave New World” the 1st Time!

“…[I]t isn’t only art that’s incompatible with happiness — it’s also science. Science is dangerous. We have to keep it most carefully chained and muzzled.” While that line almost sounds right out of daily dialogue from current POTUS, it contains adjectives perhaps too complex for that to typically occur. Instead, it is a line from Read More …

Shared from SM Daily Journal: “It’s like every second counts”

To spread the good news even further, my interview with columnist Austin Walsh has been published in a featured article this week in the San Mateo Daily Journal all about my commute, and others like me in the Silicon Valley. I had an interview recently that lasted just over a half hour and we touched Read More …

From Winesburg, Ohio: Mother!

Yeaaah, so high school and college were my biggest creative movie outlets, even extracurricularly. If only I’d known how little free time would exist as an adult… One day, along came the Sherwood Anderson novel filled with grotesque characters, Winesburg, Ohio. My high school class group was assigned to satirically recreate a chapter out of Read More …

What’s My Motivation, Pt. 2

The new do. #rainbowbeard #pride🌈 #psexpress #RESIST #putaringonit #unity #collage #sf #hrc A post shared by Garett Thomas (@directorg) on Jun 25, 2017 at 11:33am PDT Yes! Yes was my response, when he popped the question this past Pride weekend. You can only imagine how much exhilaration is running through my veins from then on. Read More …

What’s My Motivation, Pt. 1

There are many topics this blog entry could be about. In fact, there are many topics it *IS* about! And yet, dear reader, you can only learn the specific subject matter as you continue scrolling down through the related YouTube and Instagram posts. I stumbled upon a great series by CineFix, that caught my eye Read More …

The Truth About Wikipedia Charts

Yes, we’ve all used Wikipedia by now, or it’s mobile cousin, Wikipanion. Some of us have even contributed to it. And for those out there that know me well, or can guess from my blogs, I’m an awards fanatic. Well, one day as a teenager, I fell in love with a film called “American Beauty” Read More …

Our “Medieval Air” was Featured on BuzzFeed!

It was awesome a few years back to randomly find one of my salvaged videos, Medieval Air (1998), uploaded to YouTube, with a sudden spike in viewership. Only after a little research would I learn that a BuzzFeed article had been published about it, featuring our movie!   The video was just part of the class Read More …

The Dog of Pompeii (1999)

http://bit.ly/1Q1gJcC Tito, a blind orphan, and his dog, Zeus, experience the devastating 79 A.D. eruption of Mount Vesuvius. Based on the short story by Louis Untermeyer. National Finalist in the National Children’s Film Festival, 1999. Starring Andrew Volkert and Allie Garcia. Created decades before the picture with Kit Harington, Carrie-Anne Moss and Kiefer Sutherland, and Read More …

Implementing Instagram

As this directorG.com site continues to develop and grow, we’ll be implementing new things and improving the current curriculum over time to evolve into a more useful media enterprise. One such item to implement: Instagram! Root of it all. #reflections #marketstreet #sf #rainyday #cheers A photo posted by Garett Thomas (@directorg) on Mar 5, 2016 Read More …

Point Shoot ‘n’ Eat: Academy Awards Preview for 02.28.2016

See my latest vlog entry, taped on a GoPro! I discuss the upcoming Academy Awards, who might win and why, plus touch on how Host Chris Rock will handle #OscarsSoWhite. Seen 7 out of 8 Best Pic nominees now (all but Brooklyn at this point — just one to go!). Viewed The Revenant twice… Hosted Read More …