Today I relayed that information to a friend. She responded, "Wow. That's almost like a real film!"
Indeed. Just imagine how long our next production's closing credits will be, if such dreams become reality. I look forward to having many more people on the team. There's room for them, for sure. I want people in charge of photography, audio and editing. Perhaps a personal assistant or an assistant director. There's definitely room for many more people to help on the next production, and I'm thrilled about building that team when the time is right.
For now, though, we have a mad dash to the finish line ahead of us.
With the news that I won shovemedia's 30 days of free coworking contest, and will soon start working from Designbox, I feel a renewed sense of energy. I can't wait to start working there!
Our team is already gearing up to have the film finished before Thanksgiving so that we can relax and enjoy the holidays. Not to mention submit Abandoned Allies into the Full Frame film fest.
We have a lot of work ahead of us, but I'm looking forward to having the film finished. Once we meet that Nov. 30th deadline, we can move our focus to branding, marketing, communications and event planning.
I'm keeping my fingers crossed in hopes that Abandoned Allies will play at the Full Frame film fest in April 2011. Wouldn't that be wonderful! It's a North Carolina production about North Carolinians, produced and directed by a North Carolina native. I'm such a geek, I know.