Posts Tagged ‘germany’

There’s no place like Oberpfaffelbachen

April 30, 2008

Thanks to Platypus3:16 for sending me this beautiful picture of the Ramp. It takes me back to a simpler time – and by simpler I mean confusing and awkward. But I can’t lie, I miss that little village. If anyone else pictures of the Ramp, please send my way. Share them with me on Flickr or emailjeff [dot] schultz [dot] usa at gmail [dot] com. 

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A Time to Give Thanks

April 7, 2008

Wanted to give a quick thanks to Ben Wojdyla at Jalopnik for his count them, not 1, not 2, but 3 articles about The Ramp. His investigative work at the beginning would make Woodward and Bernstein proud.

But seriously, thanks for the support of this little prowject (hopefully you catch that reference). Very cool and I’m grateful for the attention. You’ve earned a spot at my Oscar Party. Stay tuned for more. Lots going on, just doing my best to keep up.

The Final Countdown

April 2, 2008

The documentary is finished. I shall repeat because I don’t believe it myself – The documentary is finished. The full length feature will be posted on April 4th on http://www.rampenfest.com.There are so many people I would like to thank and over the course of the next week, I will. But right off the bat, thanks to TalkDemonic, Ola Podrida, and Black Before Red for offering up your music for the documentary and trailer. It’s amazing and wouldn’t be what it is without your music. Please visit their MySpace pages and give them much love.More details to come. Thanks for your comments, emails, and encouragement. I hope you like it.  

The Ramp Trailer

March 19, 2008

Ladies and Gentleman, I have news. First, the trailer for my documentary “The Ramp” is finished. Huge thanks to Black Before Red for providing the music. And a huge thanks to all the bands that sent me music for consideration. The song is amazing and the trailer can be viewed on YouTube and at the Rampenfest website. That’s right. I’ve created a Rampenfest site where you can check out the trailer, the movie poster I created, and soon… the full length documentary. One last bit of news – I know, I’ve been a busy man. Please join “The Ramp” Facebook Page I’ve created. I’m shallow and want lots of friends.That is all for now. More news to come.  

Busy Editing

February 27, 2008

I know, I know, I haven’t been posting often enough, I promise I’ll do better.

Been busy pouring through all the footage I shot and started the editing process. Lots of great stuff. This documentary might not suck after all. More to post shortly. In the meantime, enjoy this picture.

 

New Contact Info

January 21, 2008

Hello everyone. Please do not email my GMAIL account. I’ve neglected it for a while and all your messages are buried in a sea of spam. If you want to contact me – go to my brand spanking new Facebook page.

Thanks!

Jeff Schultz's Facebook profile

Guten Tag

January 19, 2008

First off, allow me to apologize for not posting or really communicating with anyone while I was gone. Wifi is hard to come by in the middle of nowhere.

Anyway, I am back, sleep deprived and had an amazing experience shooting over there. The whole experience was unreal. I know you have questions and I probably have answers so I promise I will do a better job with blog posts.

A Little Update

December 8, 2007

Hello everyone. Long time no talk. Sorry. Wanted to let everyone know I’m doing well, Bavaria is amazing, shooting is finished and over here the cows are very hairy.

burger time

Dear Friends, Family and Random Strangers…

November 14, 2007

As most of you know, I’m off to Bavaria to shoot a documentary. For those of you who didn’t know, I’m off to Bavaria to shoot a documentary.

Since I’ve kind of earned a reputation for being “slow” when it comes to returning emails, I’ve created this nifty blog to communicate with everyone. I know, very 2003.

For those select few, you have my cell phone number. But please only call if an emergency – it’s like $2 a minute over there. I’ll talk, sorry, post stuff when I get back and let you know how it was.

Auf Wiedersehen