April 19th, 2006 | Published in Google Video
Click here to watch "24 Hours on Craigslist"
Co-Producer: Alex Afterman
1) Why did you make this video?
"I first experienced Craigslist in 1996- I posted for an editor for my first feature and received over 250 responses. I knew I had to make a movie of this phenomenon. I wanted to figure out the right angle. A random day, and a crew found entirely from Craigslist!"
2) Who should watch it?
"Anyone interested in voyeurism, the internet, new social norms, or just finding out the truth about what people are REALLY doing on the internet at 3:15 in the morning."
3) Money, fame, power - which do you hope this video brings?
"It's great to spread the gospel of the free, open, community service that is Craigslist. But I'd like people to understand some of the dangers lurking out there, including the issues and self-destructive tendencies that might arise from one's own ego when exposed to this new and empowering technology."
4) What's next (from you, the video creator)?
"Well, my distribution company, Heretic Films, has released a series of horror and cult movies, and coming up we'll be releasing a very funny and poignant comedy called LURKING IN SUBURBIA, as well as some more great documentaries and cult movies. Check out
www.hereticfilms.com for more info."