Friday, September 25

Tag: success

Uncaged Mindset
Directing, Film, Interview, News, podcast, Writing

Uncaged Mindset

Had the pleasure of being on my friend Charles Chudabala's new podcast the Uncaged Mindset. Had a great conversation about life, the reasons I left my job to follow my dreams - and current projects I have going on in 2020, while being quarantined during a global pandemic. https://youtu.be/_9qPmgl5nWE Michael Coulombe on the Uncaged Mindset And then after you finish this awesome podcast listen to Charles Chudabala on MY podcast Mimosas with Michael. https://youtu.be/F0LVN0m5t_c Charles Chudabala on Mimosas with Michael
a Rondo Horror Award
Art, Book, Directing, Film, Horror, News, Writing

a Rondo Horror Award

The book My Favorite Horror Movie - Volumes 2&3 are nominated for a Rondo Horror Award. I am honored to be a part of the collection - in Volume 3 Scream Warriors - doing my essay on my favorite horror movie - a Nightmare on Elm Street. The voting is decided on my the fans - that's you! The nominations are sent via email. Send an e-mail with your picks to me, David Colton, at taraco@aol.com by Sunday night at midnight, March 29, 2020. You can find out the list of all nominees in ALL categories on the Rondo website. Please vote! Please support independent film making! Please support me and the other horror artists!
We Won!
Directing, Film, Horror, Horror House, News, Writing, You Tube

We Won!

Congratulations to the team of SOUNDBITE for taking home three (3) awards this weekend from the FANtastic Horror Film Festival in San Diego, CA. Best Actress in a Horror Short Film: Taylor Murphy-Sinclair Best Score: Nico Basil Best Director of a Short Film: Michael Coulombe
My Vlog, My Journey, My Life
Art, Vlog, You Tube

My Vlog, My Journey, My Life

So I have been going through a funk for a bit as things in my life are changing. Vlogging seems to be a thing these days - and has for a while. I am not much of a vlogger. I barely blog as well since I talk a lot about my life on my podcast.  But just so I can share my experiences with following my dreams - both the successes and the failures - I have decided to create a vlog as a creative outlet for me. Please follow me on my journey! https://youtu.be/8h5FjDf_utQ
Skulle Award
Directing, Film, Horror, Horror House

Skulle Award

The film Soundbite I directed for Horror House just won its first award: The Skulle Award from Indie Horror Online. I want to say thank you to all of you who took the time to go online and vote! I am so humble. I cannot thank you enough!
Writer’s Group Therapy
Directing, Film, Horror House, News, podcast, Writing

Writer’s Group Therapy

I want to thank Rachanee Lumayno and Tom Loveman for having me as a guest on their podcast 'Writer's Group Therapy.' It was nice to talk about writing, how I started as a script supervisor and my new project: Horror House I hope that by listening you are inspired - even a little - to always follow your bliss! Writers Group Therapy - Session 65 - Interview with Michael Coulombe Writer and Script Supervisor
Studio Institute Global
Film

Studio Institute Global

I was invited by my friend at Studio Institute Global to come in and teach script supervising to some students. They were having students from Saudi Arabia come in for a 5-week film course, as the Saudi government is looking to grow their film commission. I only taught for 3 days and I had two students - Aliaa and Ibrahim. They were amazing and very eager to learn. I know I gave them so much information in the short time I was there with them, but it felt good to help them understand the role of a script supervisor and how we work with each department in making the film! I am grateful to these two students but also grateful to the students as a whole. Their passion for filmmaking reminded of why I walked off my job 13 years ago to follow my passion. I am also thankful to Tobi and Ale...
The Sherri Clip Show
Art, Film, Horror, News, Writing

The Sherri Clip Show

It was a pleasure to be a part of the Sherri Clip show and talk about my start in the film industry. It was fun and delightful to be a part of the show...and I won't lie...those 30 minutes flew by FAST! The Sheri Clip Show