If there's one thing I've learned about making movies, it's this: Things move slowly, until they don't.
That's why being prepared is so important. You make a detailed plan, but you're ready to scrap parts of it at a moment's notice. That's the way it goes. And it's good, because in those moments after throwing away your perfect plan is where you find magic. It's finding that perfect location as you walk away from the location you got booted from. It's getting the perfect take when you say, "That was great, let's try it just one more time for fun."
Moviemaking is that, over and over.
I'll have news soon. Until then, I've started a YouTube channel. You should subscribe. I'm going to be sharing some new work there, and maybe remix some old stuff and put it up. And I'm going to make home movies, because sometimes it's great to go back to a time when you don't have any plan at all, and you just see what works.