In the last few weeks, we’ve had a lot of things happen…a successful funding campaign, and a push through on the post-production side of things.
As time goes on, I’m going to continue to update things on this blog, and tell people a little bit about the learning process that’s been happening as well.
Thanks for your support, everyone – keep checking back!
We’ve had a great success, folks – for those of you following this blog, we’ve completed all but the flashback shots of the film, which are coming up in the near future. We’re now working on post-production, editing, special effects, compositing, and getting this film ready for the world, and we’re glad to be this far…in just a short while, this film will be starting its submission round, with the hopes of being selected by a festival near you!
Keep watching here…
We’re going to be scaling back all content seen here for a while, as there is still a fair amount of work to do before this film is ready to be finished. Keep an eye on this page for future updates, and don’t forget to support your local universities and schools; this is a student project that wouldn’t have made it this far if it weren’t for the dedication of the students in the Film and Theater and Recording Arts program at UC Denver.
It was a beautiful shoot last week – Tom Doyle as Colonel Page, and Jessica Paddock behind the scenes in Production Design, making the barracks environment complete. Tomorrow, we shoot the final dialogue of the film, with Jon Diack as General Savage and Shawn Rickel of Big View Ranch as “Mister” Sladen.
See you all next week…
…and I’m nervous, but well prepared, and ready to get this show on the road. Keep an eye on this page…
I wanted to take a moment to post and let people know what’s going on in the immediate future…
We’ll be resuming principal photography in Dillon in a week and a half, and we’re going through all the pre-production on this project right now, just to make sure that this shoot goes off without a hitch.
Something I’m really taking seriously is making sure that things go smoothly in Dillon, and that we have not only a fun time, but an efficient time, and that we get everything done that we need to get done…this is a pivotal scene, as it is Hulser’s transition from the solitary existence we meet him in, into the world that he came from.
Keep watch here, folks – the days ahead are going to fly by, and we’ll be posting details as things move along.
Happy New Year to all you sci-fi fans out there, and be sure and stop by and see us on facebook!