Mark L. Feinsod

Apr 13

Actors in the foreground and the background. (at Greenpoint Playground)

Actors in the foreground and the background. (at Greenpoint Playground)

Today’s shoot is about to begin. (at Greenpoint )

Today’s shoot is about to begin. (at Greenpoint )

Packed house at the Bad Film Fest last night.

Packed house at the Bad Film Fest last night.

Apr 12

What a fun night screening “The Bachelorette Party” to a packed house at the Bad Film Fest. Thanks again to Shawn and Starr for programming our little short! (at Cloud City)

What a fun night screening “The Bachelorette Party” to a packed house at the Bad Film Fest. Thanks again to Shawn and Starr for programming our little short! (at Cloud City)

Apr 11

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Apr 10

Holy moly, this is fantastic. Diabetes on a plate. (at Junior’s Restaurant)

Holy moly, this is fantastic. Diabetes on a plate. (at Junior’s Restaurant)

Turkey Reuben. I’m dipping it in the Russian dressing. Awesome. (at Junior’s Restaurant)

Turkey Reuben. I’m dipping it in the Russian dressing. Awesome. (at Junior’s Restaurant)

It’s a beautiful day to be on a segment of Brooklyn Live. (at BRIC House)

It’s a beautiful day to be on a segment of Brooklyn Live. (at BRIC House)

Apr 09

[video]

Apr 08

Number One Fan -

"In pop culture, “number one fan” is usually code for “celebrity stalker” (i.e. Annie Wilkes in MISERY or the scores of Sandy Bates fanatics in STARDUST MEMORIES). That plot device gets turned on its ear in “The Bachelorette Party,” an enjoyable comedic short directed by Mark Feinsod starring Charla Lauriston and Matt Kaplan. Former child star Matthew Craig Bennett (Kaplan) tries to restart his acting career as an adult by enlisting his number one fan (Lauriston) for help. In this case, it’s the fan that is the voice of reason."

(Source: addtoany.com)

Apr 07

Not even ashamed to say that I ate this entire piece of chocolate babka. (at Second Avenue Deli)

Not even ashamed to say that I ate this entire piece of chocolate babka. (at Second Avenue Deli)