It's been an interesting couple of months!
We spent our February shooting two short films that we had previously mentioned on this blog. The first was Gina Bryant's HOLE IN THE GROUND. That one was a western drama and a ton of fun to shoot. Our bodies hurt the next day after spending some time digging graves, but it couldn't have gone better. We already have a rough cut of this film and reception among our team has been pretty good. Still a lot of work ahead on it, but we're sure this is one we'll all be proud of.
The other film we worked on was a much larger undertaking. That being the horror short helmed by David Wayne Young and Kurt T. Choate, BLINDSIGHT. With a large team of the best of the best at our side, we underwent a four day shoot. Long nights, little sleep, you know the drill. This one may take a little longer to finish, but we still hope to have it out in time for the fall season.
As these two films enter post-production there is still one more short to shoot on our schedule and a few larger projects looming soon after. But that's a topic for another day.
Lastly, we just released our newest podcast episode sampling from the filmography of Stephen King. The episode features special guests Roy Nugen and Gina Bryant. Give that a listen as well!