Occupational Hazards won the Vermont International Film Festival Board of Directors Special Award. (that's a mouthful!)
Welcome to the land of betrayals.
Those are all lies. George was too charming for the part, so we went with someone else who was more of a jerk. 35mm film is apparently not being made anymore ??? Kodak said I should check out something called, "The 7D"??? WTF?
Andy Butterfield, the star of Anti de Presence (Twilight fest) and
Kevin Chap, the star of Again to Return (Loss fest Creative vision award winner) team up in this unique buddy film.
- Original Music by Neal Acree IMDB
- Costume Design and Construction - Daniel Sparling
- 2nd Camera operator Christian Shumway
- Grip, Slate, and general good humor- Will Deming
- Post production- Tim Joy
Highlights from the reviews:
"Tim Joy... you are completely INSANE. Loved it."
-Rodney V. Smith
"tim ... you sir ... are ridiculous. good work. i lol'd."
"Funny Stuff... George Clooney was amazing in this.
I see this one being nominated for the Oscars."
"You know a short is quality when you're still quoting it a couple days later."
"This was the best thing I have ever seen. I could not stop laughing. How in the hell do you come up with this stuff man? Brilliant work."
-Richard J. Johnson
"wow... that was good... very good... just creative and funny..."
"LOL! This was excellent. Especially the betrayals. Very funny stuff."
-Michael Anthony Horrigan
"hahahahahahahahahahahaha. congrats man this film was too funny. I coldnt stop laughing."
"One of my favorites for sure. Loved the idea."
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03-05-2010 12:51 PM
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03-05-2010 01:05 PM
Wait, 'Taking Advantage' has Jennifer Anniston!
03-05-2010 01:07 PM
i did not crap my pants ... but i poop in tim joy's edit room.
03-05-2010 03:59 PM
Vermont Filmmaker had a history of mental illness
Parents of Vermont filmmaker warned authorities their son was erratic, might have run & gun
By Phil McCrackin, Unassociated DVXuser Press
East Cowpie, VT. -- The man who shot video in front of “Louie’s House of Cheese” had a history of mental illness
and had become so erratic that his parents reached out to local authorities weeks ago with a warning that he was unstable
and might have a 7D run & gun rig, authorities said Friday.
It's still unclear why Tim Joy was shooting video Thursday at the House of Cheese entrance, digitally capturing two police officers
before he was tased into submission. The two officers were hospitalized briefly with minor injuries and urine stains on their uniforms.
Joy was diagnosed as bipolar, or manic depressive, and had been in and out of treatment programs for years. His psychiatrist,
J. Fred Bovine, said Joy tried to self-medicate with marijuana, inadvertently making his symptoms more pronounced.
"Without the stabilizing medication, the symptoms of his frame rate choice, ISO, lens envy, bizarre aspect ratios and strange filmmaking
techniques complicated the lack of treatment," Bovine said.
Joy is currently sedated and resting comfortably in the “Vermont Institution for the DSLR Challenged”.