Houston, we have Picture Lock!

After months of work, talented editor Brad Roszell and I reached picture lock on Au Pair, Kansas.   Now it goes to the composer (Carlos Alvarez) and sound designer (Michelle Garuik) for acoustic work.  Brad and I finally had a chance to work on the soccer sequences, which now truly move the story forward, and build the relationships between the characters.  Can’t wait to see them with music.  Two months to go before major festival entry deadline (the one that begins with an S.) We’re on schedule, and I continue to be amazed with how great the performers are, and how lovely the film looks (Thanks actors and Marco!)

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4 Responses to “Houston, we have Picture Lock!”

  1. 1 annette July 29, 2009 at 5:04 am

    always checking up on you guys. congratulations..this is great, great news! can’t wait to see the finished film and see you in sept. in ny! xo, annette

  2. 2 flydocfly July 30, 2009 at 1:38 am

    Hey Annette, thanks. Yes, very keyed, long haul, as you probably know. Hope your film coming along alright!

    See you in September. JT

  3. 3 Bill August 4, 2009 at 1:31 pm

    I look at the site every so often. We can’t wait to see it here in Lindsborg. I hope we do. You had a couple of pictures up yesterday but they are not there today. They were pick one to use photo’s. or something like that. Could you put them back up?

  4. 4 flydocfly August 4, 2009 at 3:50 pm

    Alas, didn’t realize that I needed to have actress approval on the images online that feature our lead actress (contractual agreement). So will have some of the shots back online once I get official approval from her. I totally understand, these images may be seen by people around the world, and she, rightly, cares about how she looks and what’s out there. I’ll post pics of her again soon. Thanks for checking out the site. We’ll have some type of screening of the movie in Lindsborg or Salina once we have world premiere at some, hopefully, cool festival. JT

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