The film is complete and had an unofficial screening for cast and crew earlier this week. Everyone enjoyed themselves immensely and were thrilled with the final product.
Above is a clip from early in the film. We were fortunate to have Matthew Cerantola in Montreal finish the mix for us (in addition to serving as a sound editor) and Conor Fisher of Alter Ego in Toronto, to grade the image.
I never thought film could look or sound so good.
We have raised 2k thus far in our campaign to fund our film, The Talent Scout. With 11 days remaining in the campaign, we still need to raise 4k to make budget. Tell your friends, tell your family; there are some great perks to he had at all contribution levels.
A great big thank you to our contributors for their support and to our future contributors, too!
Visit our IndieGoGo page to donate today.
The Talent Scout is well into pre-production and with a cast and crew in place, we’re turning to the internet – 21st century’s go-to resource – to help us make budget. That’s right, you – dear web user – can make history by contributing to our IndieGoGo campaign. Visit the site to lend your support; see what wonderful perks await handsome, charming contributors like yourself! We have a mere 30 days to reach our target, so every minute counts.
You can also keep up to date with the production by going to our Facebook page or the film’s website.
A couple weeks ago I flew down to Calgary, Alberta and toured the surrounding area, gathering footage for the film I’m co-directing, “The Talent Scout.” We drove up and down looking for motels to give the story that “road film” feel.
It was a hot day and the sky was big and open. We drove until our shirts clung to our backs and hair stuck to our foreheads with sweat. It became a real road trip, which only added to the delight of making a film; of taking a camera into the world to see what it has to offer.
I have my parents to thank for showing me the sights. They know the area well and it was their fine efforts that made the trip worthwhile.