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2011 & 2012- A Time to Make New Changes
byon 12-30-2011 at 02:46 AM (364 Views)
2011; itís been an odd year for my past filmography. Closing off for No Peace at All, which was released this Christmas, most of the films I released carried a dark theme behind them. The loss of love by corruption leads to a violent empty shell. The other films carried different themes as well, but most of the films released had a heavy dark tone. This year I tried out a new type of program for my filmmaking and adjusted to a new and professional editing program I received in December 2010. I entered new festivals, including one that had over 60 films screened in the program Second Life; one of my films was presented and had an article in their own blog. With a new program and getting to adjust to it well; itís time to move to something new. After It Always Rains on Tuesday, Three Names, and No Peace at All, itís time to break out of the similar mold of heroine vengeance films and try to create something new. I told what I needed to be told and itís time to move on.
2012 will be a year of major change; as a growing filmmaker, itís time to move on to unchartered waters and look at new genres. Iíve started on a highly personal film way back in October, due to a busy school semester; I never had the proper time to work on it until now. I recast one role recently and Iím ready to get back to work on this. Itís a ghost story tale that takes place in the Northern area, think Canada, Upper New York, or Minnesota. A short film, at least 5 minutes or around that mark, I promise to make the best film out of it as I possibly can. Itís something highly important to me and I want to give it the best look and sound as I possibly can.
Next on the list is another project that I never tried before. It will be my first fan project and the first time that I will work with the action genre. Years ago, a fellow producer had a James Bond fan film in production, but he never really had the time to work on the film. I recently asked him about it and now I am the director of the fan film. Itís called Endgame; it has a great cast behind the production and being a James Bond fan myself; I always wanted to make a Bond fan film. Itís a wonderful script with such witty dialogue and great action scenes. At the moment, Iím currently getting to work on this film. It already has a theme for the main credit sequence, which is being made by someone else.
Here are some pictures for the upcoming production.
I can't post more apparently, but I'll provide more links when more arrive.
So this is the two main projects that Iím focusing on at the moment; they should be released eventually. I vowed to not set a release date until I know exactly when it is coming out. Endgame is on a roll and the other production should follow shortly.