Tell Gordon Hello was spawned off of Morgan Rodner's love of two things: film and comics. During a writer's block that all artists come across at some point in their lifetime, Rodner met ... See full summary »

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Tell Gordon Hello was spawned off of Morgan Rodner's love of two things: film and comics. During a writer's block that all artists come across at some point in their lifetime, Rodner met Paul Louis Harrell while directing another short film. Rodner soon discovered that Harrell had a pastime of playing the Joker on Hollywood Blvd for tips which was the catalyst that put the wheels into motion for Tell Gordon Hello. After developing the story with Bryan Wolfson, Morgan presented a finished script to Casey Schendel. Together they found a cast and crew of friends and colleagues, all of whom shared a collective love of Nolan and Ledger's dark and brutal portrayal of the Joker. With a budget next to nothing, the biggest obstacle the team faced was finding a location. By chance, Casey was able to procure a 35,000 sq. ft. warehouse that was not only ideal, but at no cost thanks to ATB Studios. Zilla Lighting generously donated use of all their lighting & grip equipment and the RED camera was ... Written by Morgan Rodner

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Fantastic Short Film
6 January 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Fantastic short film. The mood of the film is very on the edge of your seat and claustrophobic. The hostage was superb as a man in trouble and worried about his family. Every emotion he had could be seen without ever speaking until mid film. The Joker was spot on with what Ledger brought to the table in The Dark Knight. The actor honed in Ledger and had his mannerisms and could easily pick up where Ledger left off. At only 10 minutes you are left with wanting more. I would love to see them tackle this again, and tell the story of the Dark Knight from the Jokers perspective. Fantastic acting,great sound and tight camera work will truly give these guys some Hollywood work down the road.


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