Wednesday, December 19, 2007

Whats been happening???

Friends, do not fear, we're still filming. We had to take a short hiatus but now back on track. In November part of the film crew returned to North Carolina to get some shots we were not able to get before. It was a successful shoot, we even got a helicopter for one of the shoots.

On December 4th we did filming at the Chula Vista Veterans Home and at the hospital where Josefina had her surgery. The hospital staff was very accommodating as we took over the lobby and they allowed us to film in the surgical ward.

Filming in the hospital lobby.

Also during this time TC our director has been very busy with the editing process.
We are excited about the final filming which will take place January 14th-21st at the Ranch and Ensenada.

Then after that: Post production, editing, marketing and etc. Wow sounds exciting. WE'RE MAKING A MOVIE!!!

On a side note if you are free and live near Orange County, On January 26th, 6PM in Tustin at the Curtain Call Theater there will be a Gala Fundraising Event, the proceeds will go towards the movie. It will cost $100.00 per person, you get a 3 course dinner, a show "Forever Plaid", a sneak peek of the film (which right there will be worth it), the Director and Rock Star will be sharing and you will be able to participate in a silent auction. What a deal! If interested please call 800-619 5315

Monday, October 8, 2007

More N.C...

TC considering about jumping...

Day 4...

Day four was a cloudy rainy day...Not much filming

Thursday, October 4, 2007

North Carolina - Day 1

The filming of the Everett family's roots from the South has has been proving to be a treasure trove of Americana.
The next few posts will provide a brief photo essay of soon-to-be-seen locations feature in the Hearing Everett film.

The Hearing Everett crew and staff of Buddy's diner.
Luke was happy to get his sweet tea.

Saturday, September 22, 2007

"September Push" Index posting...

The past few days down at Rancho Sordo Mudo were NON-STOP ...







Thursday, September 20, 2007

Day 6

The race cars!

Pro drivers & stuntmen from Hollywood showing up and rally car action on a private closed course ... what more could you want?

First up was scouting the track & picking the angles.

Then, checking out the cars...

Liz & Eddie got prepped...

Then the cameras started rolling!

Close quarters to the action...

Day 5

Day 5 was all about water. From making rain to trying to drench dogs & the inside of Surburbans, day 5 was all wet.

First up was the rainmaking truck:

Fire-chief Eddie would be our rainmaker for the day.

Josefina's hiking scene was next up.
Director & D.P. indicating things are going well:

T.C. setting up the next water shot.

Luke & Eddie demoed proper water filling technique: