Sabi Pictures Facebook Fans: Thank You!

We recently received this FB message to Sabi from Saatha, a very young and talented fan of ours based in Bangkok, Thailand. Saatha is an amazing artist and animator, and he’s having to put on hold several of his creative endeavors for his mandatory service in the Thai national army. However, he’s going to let us know when he’s out and we hope to collaborate with Saatha in the near future. If you have a moment, check out some of his work. An amazingly gifted artist at such an early age. Hope the Army treats him well.

SATTHA SAENGTHON PORTFOLIO


Here was his message to Sabi on Facebook. I don’t know how he found us, but every time a fan like Saatha that reached out to us like this — it really fills the well. We’re grateful to know each one of you is out there pursuing your own dreams and never get tired of hearing it. Here’s what he wrote:

dear Sabi

Hi kevin am a young artist in bangkok (Thailand) I just watching boss of me.

but that not a first movie of sabi I have seen I know your film only can watch on youtube six month ago. 
I can tell ‘ I love your film “ and love the way your like.

I not a rich man too but I have dream like sabi film this message is just some inspiration (if you feel like that) to your company.

Do you know your film makes me want to be a Director from young man in poverty country.

If you make movie from low budget but you not low I think you’re not the dead tree.

:D Sattha Saengton bankok Thailand.

The last line refers to an iconic moment from our web series Boss of Me where Bret Donovan is commenting on the Sabi Pictures logo, and suggests that we find something better than a dead tree. Saatha, like all of us, disagree with Bret…

SAATHA’S PORTFOLIO:

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Kevin K. Shah’s M.L.M.M.M.T. VOLUME ONE

WEEK ONE

Day 1. Baraka: Montage World Art Film. 2. Red (From the Three Colors Trilogy): Kieslowski Drama, one of my fav. 3. A Woman Under the Influence: J. Cassevettes. 4. One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest: Milos & Jack, made me want to make movies. 5. Raising Arizona: Comedy Coen Bros. 6. Breaking the Waves: Devastating Drama 7. Raising Victor Vargas: Childhood/adolescence Drama

WEEK TWO

Day 8. The Son : Drama, Suspense (Dardenne Bros.) huge influence. 9. The Ice Storm: Ted Hope, ahead of its time 10. Ratcatcher: Childhood Drama 11. After Hours: Scorsese 12. Amelie: A Romantic Comedy 13. City of Lost Children Dark Fantasy Children’s Story 14. Brazil: Terry at his best

WEEK THREE

Day 15. George Washington: Child Drama 16. Wings of Desire: Fantasy Drama 17. Big Fish: For fun, Romanic Fantasy Comedy 18. Robocop: Action, nothing like it. 19. Hustler & Cool Hand Luke: Paul Newman wow 20. Who’s Afraid of Virgina Wolfe?: Liz and Paul 21. Dog Day Afternoon: Police Drama

WEEK FOUR

Day 22. Werkmeister Harmonies: Hard to Describe – incredible experience. 23. Down by Law & A Perfect World Double Feature: Comedy (Jarmusch) & Costner redeemed 24. Quiz Show & GoodNight, Good Luck Double Features: Historical Drama 25. Stranger than Paradise More Vintage Jarmusch 26. MicroCosmos A film for the family! 27. Dombivli Fast Slick Bollywood Drama 28. Infernal Affairs Slick Hong Kong Cop Drama

WEEK FIVE

Day 29. Shawshank Redemption Prison Drama, Classic 30. The Apartment: Classic Comedy 31. Restrepo: Fav documentary of the last 10 years.