Red Yesterday, Draft 4: The Witch

A few weeks ago we received some pretty amazing script notes from a major Hollywood player. Not only were we blown away by his generosity, but his in-depth thoughts and critiques really allowed us to look at the film from a different angle and ultimately find a way to expand on an under-utilized thread in the script. Since then, Brian and I have been back to work... adding, cutting, revamping, trimming, reshaping. It's been a

Perhaps A Little Too Crazy…

...And it all fell apart. Just about as quickly as it began. Well, not really fell apart... just postponed. We ultimately weren't able to secure all of the necessary financing, and now that we're less than a month out, we had to make the difficult decision to push back. No new dates set, but hoping for sometime in the spring.   This is far and away the most prep I've ever done on a project

Red Yesterday

Writing from Cincinnati... here for a personal matter, but figured I'd also get some prep done... location scouting and the like. And why, you ask? Well...   After Brian and I talked about the no-budget feature (entitled 'Red Yesterday') to shoot before the end of the year, we outlined it the next day. Super rough... not even written down. The quickest outline I've ever done. But it was enough. Brian spent the next ten days

Roller Coaster

Since pushing back from July 6, we were planning on shooting in November. As of today, November is no longer a reality. So now we're tentatively looking at March.   I've heard stories for years about the struggle and TIME it often takes to get an indie film off the ground. I'm seeing firsthand that reality, even while receiving tons of praise on the script. It's been two years now since the project's genesis, yet