One serious film buff here since day one. first job as teenager where you get an actual paycheck - usher & doorman at a film art house movie venue (Fine Arts Theatre - Snider Plaza) by SMU in Dallas. featured sub-titled foreign films and off beat independents. I work as a picture vehicle coordinator in the transportation departments of feature film production. Its all been one big circle with lots of diversions in between. Reflecting back I can now see I landed on the X mark. I remain grateful, love my work, crew members, and wouldn't trade my venue for the world. Luck and timing played huge parts in the success of my situation. Like anything in life, it comes and goes akin to the tides. I love what the Criterion Collection has done for DVD and blu-ray because one's personal investment keeps a relative value plus doubles as film history classes. They have done more to educate the many, upgraded their output, while evolving into a never ending entity striving to be and do their best. Respects paid and due. I never intended to have a huge library. The enjoyment is endless as is my appetite to consume, absorb film. I've always had a natural knack for everything cinema something. Austin remains a mecca for all aspects of film production, film festivals, script writing, and independent invention. Geographically I'm lucky and fortunate to be surrounded by real support and vast connections.

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Latest Addition:

The Essential Jacques Demy by Jacques Demy

  • Judex (Criterion Blu-Ray/DVD Combo)
  • Bigger Than Life (Criterion Blu-Ray)
  • Walkabout (Criterion Blu-Ray)


  • Master of the House (Criterion Blu-Ray/DVD Combo)
  • Breaking the Waves (Criterion Blu-Ray/DVD Combo)


  • Il sorpasso (Criterion DVD)
  • Riot in Cell Block 11 (Criterion DVD)


  • Six Moral Tales (Criterion DVD)




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