Friday, November 10

a moment (working title).

i shot one of five parts of this other film i'm working on. i need direct sunlight in order to shoot and mr. sun does not seem to want to co-operate. at 100 bucks/per minute (and i'm just talking about the film stock - processing/transfers are extra) i want to make sure the light is right. the price certainly isn't.

i'm hoping to shoot sometime over the next few days as i've half a roll of film sitting in the mag and it can't stay there forever.

and i visited my sister's studio last night after watching the torturous night of the living dead 3D. definitely one of the worst films I have ever seen. 'nuff said. i will say that not only was the jennfarr studio tour exciting but also chocolately - she served a chocolate hazelnut tea along with a chocolate stout cake (a test-run of a decadent dessert that she plans on feeding my film crew). lucky them!

2 Comments:

Anonymous Oms said...

Wow. That movie was so bad (definately the worst ever) that I'm sure the director was going for the cheesy "50s w_hor_e_ror" effect. I mean come on the 3D wasn't any better even worse than in the fity's. Thankfully your sis's heavychoco deluxe cack saved the night.
Oms

11:03 AM  
Blogger [ b ] said...

.mmm. we luuuv cack!

4:51 PM  

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