Author Archives: Tara Johnson-Medinger

Help us keep GOTH alive…

My Dear Friends, I know many of you have been waiting to hear an update from me. I write now to express my heartfelt gratitude for the flood of love from my village these past few days. I also write to tell you that last week was one of the most incredible of my career. It was absolutely magical seeing the film that Brandon and I had living in our imagination begin to come to life before our eyes on the screen. The experience absolutely Continue reading →

PROP LUCK for My Summer as a Goth!

We are hosting a PROP LUCK on Friday July 8th 3-8pm to gather as many donated props, goth costumes and necessary items for set design and craft services as possible in order to work within our ultra low indie budget- we hope you’ll join us!!! Email Brandon (brandon@mysummerasagoth.com) GOTH Prop Luck Friday July 8, 2016 3-8pm Vanport Studios 5229 NE MLK Jr Blvd #102 Portland, Oregon 97211   Prop Luck Wish List School Lunchroom paraphernalia (lunch trays, sack lunches, lunch boxes, etc.) Random school supplies   Continue reading →

Oh. My. Goth!

As most of you know, we have been working for the past five years to get this project off the ground. There have been many ups and downs and many learning experiences along the way–and we continue to get emails from our Kickstarter donors and fans who want to see this film, which only makes us more dedicated to bringing My Summer as a Goth to the screen. There is new energy around this project right now, and we couldn’t be more excited! We are Continue reading →

On puzzles, pre-production and patience

Have you ever put together a jigsaw puzzle, frustratedly looking for that one missing piece that will complete your hours of toil? Been on a see-saw that delighted you on the way up, but bruised your tailbone each time you crashed to the ground? Or ridden that ride at Magic Mountain that pulls you up to where you can see everything for miles–and then suddenly drops you so fast you lose your heart in your throat? That is what the last six months have been Continue reading →