Ruth recently finished the first rough cut on A House for Marge. She and I had a look at it yesterday evening, and now it’s off to the races with fine-tuning and problem-solving. It’s like putting a puzzle together. A … Read More
Monthly Archives: November 2010
I’d like to do a post about something I learned while shooting A House for Marge. The final film is planned to be about ten minutes long or less. The scenes are pretty tight. We worked hard with Aubrey Hansen … Read More
This was the big shooting day. Probably if you count it all up, we shot half of the movie on day five. The location was the house of A House for Marge. It started with a cat. He wasn’t in … Read More
(My turn to write a blog post!) Our Tuesday-afternoon shoot was complicated by the fact that Rebekah, our AD, was absent. But we still managed to get through everything in time, despite late actors, changes in lighting, and one-too-many “if … Read More
Today we loaded up the car with equipment and props (in the process discovering that it has a suitably deep trunk) and drove off to location. Once there, we set up and shot a scene. Rebekah arranged the props.