Author Archives: Girard

Interview with Greg from The Kloons

I bumped into Greg from The Kloons when he was helping me set up a Google Hangout with Marvel’s Stan Lee. I didn’t know who he was at first, until he introduce himself in front of a workshop and introduced himself as one of the creative minds behind the group The Kloons. So I took the opportunity to get an interview with him and talk about his views on Youtube vs the film industry, as well as how he started … Continue reading

Dayside wins at CUNY Asian American Film Festival 2016!

Another win at the CUNY Asian American Film Festival 2016! It’s not the 1st place, but we got Runner-Up honors in the Short Documentary category for the short documentary Gift of Life. This short is about Prasha’s waiting period for new lungs as she lives her life day to day with oxygen tanks. It was great that she got to be in the screening post lung transplant!

Chinese Legend of Zelda short film (2016)

Well here it is. It was an up and down production with this one but we got it out for people to enjoy! It’s great that the trailer got a massive reception since I wasn’t prepared at all, but it was very encouraging. In fact, I was taking it easy since it barely had any views last week. But since it was trending on Facebook, I actually rushed the editing process to meet the promised May 5th release because people … Continue reading

Behind the Chinese Zelda film trailer

Hi, if it’s your first time here, well I guess you saw the trailer of Chinese Legend of Zelda and you wanted to know more about the people who made it. First thing is, thank you for watching it. Second, sorry if you didn’t enjoy it. The truth is we made this movie because we wanted to be different. If you search The Legend of Zelda fan made short films and feature films on Youtube, you’ll see plenty! Some good, … Continue reading

Chinese Legend of Zelda Trailer

Here it is! A trailer to our newest Chinese themed crime drama action thriller based on a Nintendo franchise: Legend of Zelda. Be sure to watch it on May 5th, 2016 on our Youtube Channel DaysideTV. Enjoy the trailer:

Screening @ Bare Bones International Film & Music Festival!

Our superhero short film will be screening in the Bare Bones International Film & Music Festival on April 23rd 2016, 10am, at the Muskogee Library in the Room Grant Foreman. We are also nominated for Best Student Short Comedy. We can’t make it to the screening since it’s all the way in Oklahoma (we are based in NYC), but we hope for people to see it and enjoy it. If you haven’t seen it, you can view it on our … Continue reading

Hunter College TV Studio with Scott Kiernan

We got to do a mini mockumentary with the great Scott Kiernan, the founder of ESP TV, one of the few people who still uses experimental vintage live Television switchers for media and performance art. It’s a pretty interesting piece showcasing my shenanigans during my live taping of my final project which I invited Josef Von Schmidt for a Talk Show.

Screening @ Miami Sci Fi International Film Festival!

Our short film Super Debt is an Official Selection at Miami Sci Fi International Film Festival. This is an awesome film festival featuring film genres such as fantasy, sci-fi, adventure and horror, as well as great independent films from around the US. We are honored to have our film to screen there. The film will be screening on January 16 2016, 1:45pm during the Kello Hitti Student Challenge block.

Dayside featured on Brad Hall!

…. kind of. Brad Hall is a funny satire sneaker reviewer on Youtube. He recently is getting paid by Youtube and to give back to his viewers he will give free advertisement space on his video to anyone who signed up. It was too good to be true so I signed up anyway. Now look and behold, the picture I sent him was featured. It was hilarious. Here’s the video: If you like sneaker reviews with a funny twist, check … Continue reading

Love, My Waifu (2016)

Here’s a project I did for my very first Grad School course at Hunter College’s Integrated Media Arts program. It is basically a commentary on a discussion we talked about in regards of reality, fantasy and performance. And yeah, I’m the only one who did a short film… about a waifu… in grad school.