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When I wrote Avarice, I wanted to make a film without dialogue to challenge myself to tell a story in pictures. I know that a lot of first time directors get stuck in the trap of relying mostly on dialogue to tell their stories, and the film ends up basically being two people talking in a room, which in my opinion is not very interesting.

So we set out to film my non-dialogue script, and on set, it made it so much easier. We didn’t have to worry about recording any sound at all, and that helped out our tight schedule quite a bit. I left thinking how great it would be to film all my movies without dialogue. But then came post production, and the dark, ominous cloud of realization soon settled overhead. Continue Reading…