Monthly Archives: November 2011

My first comment on YouTube! Loving the support 🙂

Stay tuned for a festival submission update…


Check it out! Thanks to my first Donation, I was able to enter the Vail Film Festival in the category of Adventure Films. So what does that have to do with the IMDb page? Well, I was trying to make my own page and there was just no way to create it. After my film was sent to the Vail Film Festival, the IMDb page was automatically created. Translation: “This is a serious video, it gets a page!” You can read about the film and it is searchable on the largest film database in the world. I’d say that’s pretty cool.

So when will we find out if Speed of Fencing was accepted? Not until January 20, 2012. This is a slow process, so in the meantime I’ll be researching and applying to more festivals and spreading the word. To help me apply, send a donation on my Donate page!

I was refereeing this past weekend at the Temple Open and ran into people who have seen the video in a new web location. With the help of Mark Basile, Speed of Fencing is now being highlighted on the homepage of the NYAC Epee program! Check it out here:

You can also watch Speed of Fencing on YouTube! I realized that videos don’t embed into all websites, so now I’ve post the long version to YouTube as well: