“never looking back” short film preview from months ago. shot in late february, now it’s almost done!
got fired from the commissioned script project 1/3 of the way through. Sad that I don’t get paid but happy I have more time do something I actually enjoy.
going to Taipei Taiwan in less than two weeks. will probably shoot another film while I’m there. anyone with interesting idea for a short film that can be shot in two days or less?
from now until mid-July, I’ll be occupied with a script I’ve been commissioned to write. but last night, I smoked some trees and was able to make a second cut of don’t look back and now I feel pretty good about it. not saying that I think it’s a good but that there’s nothing more I can do to improve it in editing.
so now that I’m down to fine-cutting, sometime in the near future, between finishing the commissioned script (July) and pre-production on late spring early summer (Aug), maybe I can go in the studio and do ADR, color correct, record foley, and mix sound. not likely that I’ll finish as I also work about 30 hours a week at an corporate job but it could happen if I try really hard. I hate to have to do post on two separate films come September but maybe that will be the case. Oh yeah, I guess draft one of the feature script is not happening until this Fall.
thinking about scene 1. should she tell him? if she doesn’t, the next scene of her looking out at the city and feeling trapped, won’t be explain or make sense…
must find solution
seabirds - gar
int. train/ext train. —-> end credits.
This will be good.
so much to do, a partial list.
late spring early summer, draft 1.
I have to promote myself better. I don’t like the thought of putting old work on the internet, naive amateurish stuff from way back. But I don’t think I have a choice in the matter. Just lay it out bare and be proud of how far I’ve come along?
Don’t know who soderbergh stole this shot from but I’m stealing it from him for my next project.