Every Little Thing You Love
Jean-Paul DiSciscio (duh-sizzy-oh) has been obsessed with filmmaking ever since he watched Jaws for the first time on his parents Sony Trinitron television at the age of six. It terrified him beyond the capacity for rational thought, so to deal with this emotional stress, his mother bought him a beat up copy of The Jaws Log by Carl Gottlieb at an Annie’s Book Stop. The impressionable boy was fascinated by the blueprints of Bruce The Shark, all mechanical guts and foam rubber. It was at that moment he learned the power of images. Jean-Paul still stayed far from the ocean, and was even afraid of swimming pools, but he had found his calling.