In both Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead 1 and Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead 2, my production team uses animation to help bring some of the narrative to life. Here’s a short video (1:28) that shows you how that animation goes from storyboard to finished product.
Documentary filmmaking is about transparency, honesty, and integrity. If you cross or break these principles you will not only let the audience down but you are letting down the countless number of people who worked so hard to bring the film to life. When we started filming Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead 2 I was under the impression that my good mate, Phil Staples, was continuing to be a success story in his own eyes. When you read his personal account, you will learn what I learned — the truth of his actual circumstances.
Hey mates! I’ve got really exciting news to share with you. Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead is coming to New Zealand! I will be touching down in Auckland on Monday, January 21st for the premiere and making my way around New Zealand to encourage as many people as I can to check out the film and get inspired to Juice On!
Last night, Joe Cross and I hopped into the trusty blue truck (as seen in “Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead”) and hit the road for beautiful Bucks County, PA. We crossed the Delaware River and drove down country roads on our way to the Chip Factory, a great space for health-conscious events hosted by the […]