Psycho-thriller wraps in Jax as Sioux Falls gets attention for indie film action

Going to Kill Someone film poster
Poster image courtesy of filmmakers

Production on the film I Am Going to Kill Someone This Friday has officially wrapped, with editing and post-production work still ahead.

Those of us who eagerly await the premiere will get to see the film in 2018.

As North Florida filmmakers do their best to get their works to market, a distant city is gaining attention for coalescing the community around an industry that will only grow as technology makes filmmaking more accessible and indie artists gain ground.

That distant city’s climate and population are very different than Jacksonville, Florida’s.

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Crazy Daysies and Swamp Haven have Daisy and more in common

Rosie eyed a muffin on the table while the Crazy Daysies met with Swamp Haven, but Rosie was too well mannered to grab for it.
Rosie eyed a muffin on the table while the Crazy Daysies met with Swamp Haven, but Rosie was too well mannered to grab for it.
Jen Day Thompson
Jen Day Thompson

As The Crazy Daysies set out on our next venture to help Swamp Haven, a non-profit animal rescue based in St. Augustine (FL), we couldn’t help but realize how some relationships develop by circumstance while others seem destined.

During a get-to-know each other meeting, we found coincidences  about Swamp Haven and the Daysies we couldn’t dismiss.  Continue reading “Crazy Daysies and Swamp Haven have Daisy and more in common”

The Crazy Daysies adopt the rescuers: Swamp Haven

(Left to Right) Rebecca Day, Lindsey Kelley (Swamp Haven), Jennifer Day Thompson, and daughter Kayla. The Crazy Daysies have adopted Swamp Haven as their primary charity. (Photo: Indie Art South)
(Left to Right) Rebecca Day, Lindsey Kelley (Swamp Haven) with rescue Rosie, Jennifer Day Thompson, and daughter Kayla. The Crazy Daysies have adopted Swamp Haven as their primary charity. (Photo: Indie Art South)

Anyone who has heard my daughters perform knows how much they love animals. Both of them adopted dogs who won the doggie lottery the day they went home with Jen and Rebecca. Now the Daysies are adopting the rescuers.  Continue reading “The Crazy Daysies adopt the rescuers: Swamp Haven”

Did Sturgill Simpson take his Facebook Live CMA protest show down?

Facebook posts on Sturgill Simpson protest CMA
As the CMA Awards show commenced, media focused attention on Sturgill Simpson’s protest broadcast via Facebook Live. (Snip/Facebook)

[This article has been updated below.]

Sturgill Simpson has been on my radar for quite some time, and I noted his protest of the Country Music Association’s Awards show last Tuesday, November 7. I didn’t get to watch the live show he did on Facebook, outside the arena where the CMA Awards were taking place.

So imagine my surprise when I tried to watch the live video today. I couldn’t find it.

Did he take it down? Continue reading “Did Sturgill Simpson take his Facebook Live CMA protest show down?”

Tribute to veterans includes Nashville songwriter Rob Crosby’s prayer for peace

US government photo/Vietnam Era.
US government photo/Vietnam Era.

The Crazy Daysies chose to dedicate their weekly show on Thursday to America’s veterans. Among the songs they performed is a tune by Rob Crosby, “‘Til the Last Shot’s Fired.”

There’s a small bit of personal history for our family with Crosby, but there’s also a lot of history related to Veterans Day. Continue reading “Tribute to veterans includes Nashville songwriter Rob Crosby’s prayer for peace”