You Can’t Always Get What You Want…

September 11th, 2009 by Devi Snively (The Directrix)

MN0046520But sometimes you get what you need – came on the radio in standstill rush hour traffic.  I was belt singing along, happy as a clam until I noticed my cheeks were wet.  Wow – so I really am a girl after all!   I had actual tears of joy streaming down my face.  Today I feel like I’ve given birth to my firstborn – and without some messy baby with which to contend – score! Read the rest of this entry »

Color Correction!

August 26th, 2009 by Devi Snively (The Directrix)

I’ve been waiting for this moment so long – picture locked and the luxury of putting the film in somebody else’s expert care.  It felt too good to be back at Riot, sorry, it’s Company 3 now.  They did color correction on Death in Charge and Meat is Murder.  I so love this process.  It’s too much fun. Read the rest of this entry »

Directrix or Den Mother? trippinfest 1

January 27th, 2008 by Devi Snively (The Directrix)

Trippinfest smI was going through some old posts on our online cast discussion group.  Kenny (who plays “Joe” and is also now my roommate in our happy “armaghetto chic” pad in L.A.) invited his co-players out for a weekend at his parents’ place in Granger, Indiana.  This event would forevermore be known as “trippin’ fest 1.”  (trippin fest 2 & 3 would come two years later…) Read the rest of this entry »

Principal: Day 4

August 20th, 2006 by Devi Snively (The Directrix)

arrive cabin direct smOur day shoot went well.  After the previous day’s blowout, people were walking on eggshells a bit with me, but I think it worked in our favor to some degree.  They were reminded this was work and not just play. Read the rest of this entry »

Principal: Day 3

August 19th, 2006 by Devi Snively (The Directrix)

truck cornfield shoot smAll work and no sleep makes Devi a grumpy girl.  The day shoot went well actually.  The local sheriff had given us permission to basically shut down a highway and let us shoot with our actors holding open containers of (empty of course…) beer cans. Read the rest of this entry »