After a 21 day shoot, we have officially wrapped principal photography on Stress Position. Congratulations to everyone involved and a big thank you to all of our amazing and talented cast and crew for their hard work and dedication! Now the editing begins...
Follow along on the The Siblings blog.
For the next two months while I'm producing Stress Position, I'll be blogging exclusively about the process of making the film over on The Siblings blog. I just won't be able to think about anything else, so please follow along over there:
We are thrilled to announce that we are going into production on our first feature film, under the working title Stress Position:
A psychological experiment between two friends spirals out of control.
This is a micro-budget concept I've been writing on the side while we've been developing our bigger project Wisteria, but the opportunity to shoot Stress Position came up first so we are switching gears and going to camera in April in Vancouver. While my blogging has been a bit sporadic over here, we've been blogging up a storm about both films over on The Siblings Tumblr, check it out for project updates, concept art, references and more.
Hot Docs has started a new documentary crowd-funding site called Doc Ignite and the first project looks intriguing:
Haven't had a chance to watch the whole thing yet. A doc examining American cinema in the 70s:
The entire film sped up to about to about 5 minutes in length:
Mozart's Requiem at the TSO:
And Bartók's The Miraculous Mandarin, also at the TSO:
Odds and ends.