Dennis Agle is not only the guy that started Mormon Daddy Blogs, but he’s also a screenwriter, director and producer. Knowing Dennis personally, I know that he would never even think of featuring his own blog on this website—and since he gave me administrator privileges to help with the design of this site—I am going to shove him into the spotlight for a moment.
If you’re not familiar with what Dennis does, he (in his own words) “gets to work on a project called Liken. It’s a series of musical movies and stage productions based on scripture stories as seen through the imagination of a child. These are live-action musicals, along the lines of ‘Joseph & the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat,’ but with shorter titles usually.” I might add that these movies have some great cinematography
Dennis has been chronicling his adventures in producing and distributing their latest Liken called, Chloe and the Great Fish, on his own blog. In his recent posts, he’s been writing about taking this film to an international film festival in Hollywood. From his triumphs and frustrations with “completing” the film on time for the LDS Film Festival and the adventures of getting a Blu-ray disc of the film burned and submitted to the film festival on time, to impromptu distributor meetings in studio cantinas, check out Dennis’ witty and cleverly written stories here.