The Master Cleanse unofficial teaser

•May 4, 2013 • Leave a Comment

Hey soul friends, check out the first teaser trailer for my upcoming short film. If you think the footage shows potential, help us get through post-production by contributing to my fundraiser at:

12 Tips for Better Film Editing

•April 10, 2013 • Leave a Comment

Great tips!

How to Live with Your Parents

•April 4, 2013 • Leave a Comment

How to Live with Your Parents

Click for my review of How to Live with Your Parents (For the Rest of Your Life) in Slant Magazine.

The Bailout (Parks and Recreation S5 EP16)

•March 23, 2013 • Leave a Comment

Read my review of The Bailout (Parks and Recreation S5 EP16) in Indiewire!



It’s a wrap!!!

•March 21, 2013 • Leave a Comment

Hey soul friends!

So, we wrapped principal photography a few days ago and we’re excited to show you some gorgeous stills from the shoot (sans color grading). Stay tuned for occasional bits of news from the post-production front. You can follow the project HERE (just click “follow).

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My Interview with BAM

•March 6, 2013 • Leave a Comment

My Interview with BAM

“Every year, BAM Education offers the Young Film Critics program to high school students. It’s a series of free after school classes taught by veteran NYC film instructor Josh Cabatt. 

New members of our production team!

•February 26, 2013 • Leave a Comment

We’re excited to have two new members join The Master Cleanse team in the roles of Production Manager and Locations Manager!1130696_i_dsc2904.jpg

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The Master Cleanse in DNAinfo

•February 25, 2013 • Leave a Comment

The Master Cleanse in DNAinfo

Young Filmmaker Sees Comedy in Park Slope’s ‘Striving for Perfection’

Smash: Season 2

•January 31, 2013 • Leave a Comment

Smash Season 2

Click for my review of Smash: Season 2 in Slant Magazine

•January 17, 2013 • Leave a Comment

Becoming Brooklyn

We’ve all heard and told our fair share of Park Slope jokes, most of them mentioning strollers, but now the neighb is part of a new joke– or a satire. Daniel Goldberg (the Park Sloper pictured here) and other neighborhood residents are working on a project called The Master Cleanse: A Short Film, which he describes as a cross between Portlandia and Rosemary’s Baby and a “hipster comedy with a paranoid twist.”

So here’s what it’s about: A fictional commune, Manifest Refuge, is founded by a PhD/hippie in a Park Slope brownstone. But all the commune-ers have one thing in common, the very mysterious “The Master Cleanse.” A member falls in love with an outsider, which raises lots of suspicions about this so-called cleanse… and with plenty of romance, suspense, and comedy.

Daniel’s raising money through a Prospect Heights-based startup called Seed&Spark. Check it out and support the film here.

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