Viewing posts by Zacharia Lorenz

1 year, 10 months ago

Film isn't dead yet. But it will be.

Up until the 1990s, quality filmmaking was reserved only for those who could afford the enormous expense of emulsion film. Color negatives of a 35mm film will set you back about $400 - $600 per roll. At that rate, color negatives for a 90-minute feature will easily cost you $15,000 (but probably a lot more).

read more / Comments

Zacharia Lorenz - Contributor

1 year, 11 months ago

Energy Manipulation

When I was sixteen I destroyed my elbow in a rock climbing accident. After dislocating the joint, fracturing my humerus in three places, and tearing all the muscles, ligaments, and tendons in my forearm, the surgeon informed me that there was a chance I wouldn't be able to use my right hand again. When you're an active teenager, that's probably one of the worst things you could hear.

read more / Comments

Zacharia Lorenz - Contributor

1 year, 11 months ago

Individuality vs. Egocentrism

In the United States there are a lot people who mistake egocentrism for individuality. Naturally, in a country founded and built by immigrants from different parts of the world, we hold our identities in high regard. As we should. Defending our individuality is a crucial part of the "American Dream". How else does one separate themselves from the herd?

read more / Comments

Zacharia Lorenz - Contributor

Zacharia Lorenz

Contributor ,  Producer - Rabbit Hole Studios, LLC

"Self-consciousness is tying your well-being to what others say or do. Self-indulgence is tying it to the things that happen to you. Sanity is tying it to your own actions."

Born and raised a desert rat in Tucson, Arizona. Graduated from the University of Arizona with a Bachelor of Arts in Film Producing. Launched Rabbit Hole Studios with two college classmates in 2011. Plans to build a team of brilliant young minds in modern cinema for one purpose: to tell great stories.

Visit Zacharia's Profile

Email Zacharia
  • Producer: Rabbit Hole Studios, LLC
  • Member Since: Oct. 31, 2012, 12:54 a.m.
Interested in writing for the community?
Apply here
Don't forget to read the Blog Guide-lines