The Return of Geoffrey Gilmore

Posted on August 7, 2008

I know I just finished writing about my adventures with Gilmore, but that happened a few months ago.

Well, Geoffrey is back and I’m driving him around again. I’ve gone up from a Dodge Caravan to a giant Suburban (9 MPG!).

Stay tuned, because more adventures are about to happen.

(And a shout out to all the film schoolers who’ve discovered C&C)

Written by Joey Daoud

Joey Daoud is an award-winning documentary filmmaker. His past films have appeared on Netflix, The New York Times, and National Geographic. He is also a YouTube creator across multiple channels with videos garnering millions of views. In his free time, he likes to climb mountains, scuba dive, and brew unique coffees.

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  1. C47

    It’s the thesis screening for the graduate program and an annual film school gala, so he’s an invited guest. He’s also talking to the soon-to-graduate students (my class).

    More TK Anne!

  2. Anne Keckler | ACSM Certified Personal Trainer

    Oh yeah! I was supposed to be at that party last night, or something. I have an invitation around here somewhere. I guess I was invited because my son was in one of the films.

    I’m sick, though. 🙁

  3. Tyler

    C47, I requested this on Twitter but just in case you missed it…

    Can you make a blog posting about the books that are “required reading” for you, and what classes require those books?

    Also, what’s your opinion on film school for a guy who’s already immersed in the film world by producing my own independent films?

    I have a huge network for crewsman, as well as talent. Plus I have rental houses that I’ve worked with a lot in the past… just trying to figure out if Film School is the route to take, or if I should just keep going via the “head first” approach.