Ronnie del Carmen

INSIDE OUT

 Posted by on June 10, 2015  Film/TV, Reviews, Work
Jun 102015
 
INSIDE OUT

INSIDE OUT is an unusual film for a big studio to make; it is very ambitious and abstract. I worked on the story team from 2010 to late 2012, and everyone was excited about the idea, but dramatising that idea was at times quite challenging. I finally saw the film at a crew Wrap Party screening last month, [..READ MORE..]







Power Lunch

 Posted by on August 12, 2010  Colleagues, Friends
Aug 122010
 
Power Lunch

Not so long ago Ronnie organised a re-union lunch for the story team that had worked on UP, where we were finally introduced to THE GOLDEN BOY. It was a very pleasant afternoon, reconnecting with some people I had not seen in ages and a wonderful way to commemorate the project that is definitely the film I am [..READ MORE..]







UP!

 Posted by on April 29, 2009  Film/TV, Updates, Work
Apr 292009
 
UP!

Last weekend, I was back in the Bay Area for a preview screening of UP, the 10th feature film from Pixar. The studio always puts on a good show at their WRAP PARTIES and it is a delight to see co-workers aglow in the joy of watching what they have worked so hard to make, while partying in [..READ MORE..]







Maverix Auction #6

 Posted by on October 2, 2007  Friends, Updates
Oct 022007
 
Maverix Auction #6

One of my favourite things to do over the past few years has been to participate in the MAVERIX STUDIOS ART AUCTIONS. They have all been held to raise money for worthy causes, and the satisfaction in being part of one is many-fold. First of all, they are a fantastic prompt to make some original artwork that has [..READ MORE..]







Behold: The Swag!

 Posted by on May 20, 2007  Friends, Updates
May 202007
 
Behold: The Swag!

Yet another Maverix Studios art-auction fund-raiser has come and gone and I think this may have been one of their best yet. I certainly had a very good time. You can see here the 5 pieces that I won in the bidding (From top to bottom: Ted Mathot, Ronnie Del Carmen, Mike Murnane, Louis Gonzales, and Bill Presing). [..READ MORE..]