Wednesday, April 21, 2010
March 31st, 2006
Some more location scouting at Tuckahoe with one of FOC2's lead actors, Frank Lama.
The weather's changing. I can smell the approaching summer.
It feels like moviemaking weather. I'm starting to get excited.
See, when you start putting a movie together it's a lot of worry. I have a hard time sleeping. The sheer of amount of work to be done is staggering. And it's all you can think about.
Then the pieces start falling into place(hopefully). You get what you want, or you change what you want to what you can get. You watch your movie in your mind 100 times to figure out the best way to shoot each scene for maximum impact.
And then, very soon, you shoot a movie.
Hurdles completed: Most of casting, located a new makeup artist(when your movie's about clowns and you have no one to paint the clowns...I was in a bad place for a while), have completed 3(of 5) headcasts
Hurdles to be completed(the short list): Figure out how to burn a car safely and--more importantly--controllably so that we can keep continuity okay--it wouldn't do to have the fire large in one scene, then small, then large again.
Also gotta get plane tickets for everybody. There's some equipment to be gotten, some lighting tests, have to get insurance so we can get clearance for some of the locations, then have to scout a few small locations.
Doing some of it today. Check the KKF forum for pics later if you care.