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Thursday, January 3, 2008

WHO KILLED MESH?

Well Mesh is not really dead, but he does appear to be missing.

On New Years Eve shock waves rocked through the Breeniverse as Miles, Greg and Amanda issued their New Years greeting. Where was Mesh, the creator of the Bree character and one of the original three Creators?

Has Miles pushed Mesh into the 436? Has he ran off to work on his own projects? There are no crew credits on any of the recent Lonelygirl15 videos so we have no clue if he is still working on the show. From what we can tell he is not part of LG15 Studios which Miles and Greg formed to create new online shows such as KateModern and other future ventures. What is going on here? Perhaps the Creators will clarify the situation and put all the rumors to rest.

Ramesh Flinders is a screenwriter who, along with Miles Beckett, created the lonelygirl15 series.
According to journalist Joshua Davis, who knew Mesh as a child, Flinders grew up on a commune outside of San Francisco, and had a difficult transition to a Catholic high school. While studying Film and Visual Arts at Occidental College, from where he later graduated, Mesh Flinders invented an alter-ego, the shy but precocious homeschooled girl who would eventually become Bree. He wrote short stories about her, told fireside tales about her as a camp counselor and started writing scripts about her.
His short film "Pond" is about a Bree-like high school girl who gets left behind on a museum field trip and meets the ghost of the museum's famous architect. Together they solve the mystery of his confinement, freeing the architect from his museum purgatory, and helping Ana find something to care about. The Pond screenplay won the Panavision Young Writer's award in 2004.
Flinders was working as an assistant in the entertainment industry and maker of short films when he met Beckett at a karaoke bar birthday party. Beckett had the idea to tell a story about a videoblogger on YouTube; Flinders had the perfect character. The duo quickly set about planning, writing scripts and held a casting call. Around the time the series began, Flinders and Beckett contacted Greg Goodfried for legal advice. The three eventually became known as the Creators.
Bree's bedroom was in fact Mesh's apartment. Most of the girlie accessories in the room were purchased at Target.

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NEWSFLASH: Still no sign of Mesh, but thanks to Joe we do have an Owen sighting!!!!!!

13 comments:

  1. Could he be the mastermind behind Jack??????

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  2. Now that would be a twist!

    I would love to see Mesh do something new. He has a real talent for developing interesting characters. I mean, who was not intrigued by the early Bree? It would be nice to see what he can do on his own.

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  3. i think "amanda" is really mesh in drag in that picture.

    i love lg15today posts intended to smoke out information.

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  4. Amanda in drag? The wonders of photoshop. Genius. Who knew?

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  5. This is a fine Mesh you've gotten us into now, Ollie!

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  6. More importantly, where the heck is Nikki B? We havent' heard from her since she got on the wrong truck.

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  7. Maybe they sacrificed Mesh at a Crowley ceremony and NikkiB got caught snooping.

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  8. Mesh joined the Hymn of One. Fact.

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  9. So, next we will be seeing Mesh on the HoO white screen of death. I can't wait for that one!!!

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  10. "Anonymous said...
    This is a fine Mesh you've gotten us into now, Ollie!
    January 3, 2008 2:59 PM"

    I can't think of anything funnier than that. Still looking around for Mesh in 436 no sign yet. But I did find Owen:
    http://uncutvideo.aol.com/events/TV-Squad-Daily/9d2b8f917003554549fea8d450123e7a?index=1

    10 seconds into the video.

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  11. Did she thank Joe for sending in the number picture? (or did she say "Jill" or something else?)

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  12. She said Joe, I sent the picture. She needed pictures with numbers in them to count the days the writers have been on strike. She had a pumpkin named Penrod to count the days, but he isn't doing well. So she asked her fans to send in pics, I thought it would be cool to send in one with Owen in it.

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  13. tick tick tick tick....the sound of us waiting on an answer from the Cs:)

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