By the way, we did get in touch with Jon. I guess after he got into all that footage, he decided to make it into a feature length film instead of episodic. This is something Eric and I discussed with him at our first meeting. With all that writing he was doing it just seemed a good idea, if he did the episodes, to also try to whittle them down to an indie.
If the production quality was good enough, we felt he might do better with a distributor of DVDs rather than trying to sell the episodes on Amazon himself...
So, there may be no more pick-up scenes -- we'll have to wait and see how the editing goes...
Also, now it'll be easier to have a screening at a theater...
Nice to here from you, it's always soothing to see those 'baby-blues' of yours too... I have no new news on FL -- we were supposed to do some pick-up scenes the end of last month. Eric and Jeff had some too -- do you have any?
I had wanted to get pictures of all of us for my album here... Oh well, Erics been trying to communicate, yet to no avail. Alas, hasn't college started again already? I think we'll hear something when our boy's settled down...
So there's another showcase at Autry's? Do you need tickets or is it an open invitation? Also are you going to 'Entandem's' launching? Maybe I'll see you there and we can do some catching-up...
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Sorry it's taken so long to get back to your respons. It's been insanely hectic. If you're still interested I do have one more female role left, it's a very small role, she's only in one scene but she also reveals something big in the whole grand scheme of things. It would only require one day of shooting for just a few hours. If you're interested I'd like to meet up and give you the whole scoop.
It was really nice seeing all of you I hadn't seen in a while. Good to feel part of 'the team' again. I noticed here that you were in 'Unwanted' -- I was too! I had the lead of 'Ray.' I haven't heard from Jesse or those guys in a long long long time! Have you? It's not always easy to touch base with them and I'm still wondering whatever happened with the film? I'd like to at least be able to use some clips for my reel. Any ideas or info?
Nice to see your blue-berry eyes here -- your husband takes wonderful shots! Thanks for the welcome friendship and congratulations on your recent roles!
I've been busy and just finished meeeting a few deadlines. I was working on some film projects, however, they fell through or have been postponed. Our latest distribution deal with Echelon Studios was taking a while and I was a little down.
I'm perkin' up again -- say hi to everyone for me... Like Arnold says: "Allbebock" - LOL.
Til then, check out our anti-meth film, 'Death Rattle' at one of the sites -- http://www.singahe.com/newre20.html -- the more we sell, the more pennies I'll have for the next one! -- LOL.