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Unique, Dramatic, Artistic

 
 
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I MAKE MONEY TO MAKE MOVIES, NOT THE OTHER WAY AROUND

I'm D.L. Watson, an independent filmmaker living in the beautiful state of Oregon, and if you cannot tell - I love all things cinema. In a world filled with derivative content, my goal as a filmmaker is to produce films that have a unique and dramatic story told through an artistic lens. 

unique

There is a lot of remakes, reboots, and derivative content out there. I'm all about being original, fresh, and entertaining. 

dramatic

Every story needs a conflict. My focus is to make a film that audiences can relate to and feel engaged with. 

ARTISTIC

Whether it's a clever camera trick or a throw-back to cinema from yester-year, it's going to be artistic. 

Day Job...

I'm lucky enough that my day job is also filmmaking. I work for an independent television production company called Division Productions, LLC and we produce high-end programming for Discovery Communications. The money I make from it goes directly to funding my narrative-filmmaking passion. 

services

In addition to producing television, writing and directing my own films, I also provide services such as film editing and visual effects / motion graphics design. I'm proficient in most modern software, especially the Adobe Production Suite and Autodesk 3Ds Max.

Tutorials

You might find these tutorials helpful

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need freelance work done?

I'm currently available to help you achieve your cinematic dreams!

 

I've worked on several projects for independent filmmakers, production companies, and local businesses. Visit my portfolio to see some of my previous work.

 
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Latest from the blog...

Where I ramble about things that may or may not matter:

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A film is - or should be - more like music than like fiction. It should be a progression of moods and feelings. The theme, what’s behind the emotion, the meaning, all that comes later.
— Stanley Kubrick