AU PAIR, KANSAS Opening Credits!

Here’s the first look at the complete opening credits.  Spectacular cinematography by Marco Fargnoli.  Beautiful color correction by Michael Sandness.  Lovely sophisticated and subtle titles by Jon Thomas.  Amazing music by Carlos Alvarez.  Joyous yodeling by Ariana Hall.  Cool editing by Brad Roszell.  Super sound design by Michelle Garuik.  And, of course, the fantastic Traci Lords.  Thanks to all who helped make this happen.   “Houston, we have a movie!”

10 Responses to “AU PAIR, KANSAS Opening Credits!”

  1. 1 Carl Isaacson June 21, 2010 at 7:21 am

    Looks great. When will it finally appear anywhere? How long has it been since we shot this? Two years?

    • 2 flydocfly June 21, 2010 at 1:19 pm

      We’re doing final color correction and up res (conforming) to 2K (better than high def) now, should have a completed film in a few weeks. It was shot in December ’08, about a year and a half ago. Hope to have world premiere in September or October. It’s a long process, especially when people working on it for very little money (they have to fit it in between other real paying jobs.) Lindsborg looks fantastic in the film! Once we have premiere at a festival, then will have screenings in Salina and Lindsborg. JT

  2. 3 Sindre June 22, 2010 at 12:50 am

    Looks great. All the best in completing it. Any chance of a cinema release in Norway?

    • 4 flydocfly June 22, 2010 at 4:35 am

      We’re certainly hoping to have a feature release in Norway, and maybe Sweden. Luckily, there are many digital cinemas in Scandinavia, and we’ll be able to show a 2K digital version (in the US we mainly have to show on 35mm film, which is very expensive.) Also, would be great to have European premiere at Oslo Film Festival, but they take very few American films–maybe it’ll help that the star of AU PAIR, KANSAS is Norwegian! JT

  3. 5 Ericka Lysell July 30, 2010 at 1:56 am

    JT, we are so proud of you! I know this has been your baby and you certainly have something to be proud of! You made many great memories for me and my family and we are so excited to see the finished project! We have been honored to have these experiences with you and to get to know you. We hope to see you at the Stuga soon… and Jeremy is ready to make Traci more cookies!

  4. 6 anne sophie August 10, 2010 at 9:08 pm

    I am a french future au pair in USA! I’m still seeking a family living in a US ranch because it would be my biggest dream!! I will be happy to see your movie!!It seems to be very interesting! Is there a way to see it?
    Thank you..

    P.S.: by the way, if you have any contact for me to live in a ranch for my au pair’s dream, please tell me!!;)thanks again!
    Anne sophie

    • 7 flydocfly August 16, 2010 at 1:34 am

      Anne, so nice to hear from you. Alas, I don’t have any contacts for real au pairs in Kansas. My movie is fiction. I would try searching google for au pairs and Kansas and see what turns up. Hopefully my movie, AU PAIR, KANSAS will play some festivals in Europe in 2011.

  5. 8 Karl November 15, 2010 at 8:23 pm

    Last evening members of Flint Hills PFLAG watched a private screening of this film. Everyone very much enjoyed this dramedy about straight, lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender relationships in a Midwest rural community. It touched our hearts and we will enthusiastically recommend that other PFLAG chapter members and allies also see this SUPER GOOD movie when it is released.

  6. 9 shawn February 25, 2011 at 5:06 am

    My girlfriend and i were extras in the movie and are wondering when we were going to see the movie we used to live in lindsborg kansas and now we lixe in rifel colo

    • 10 flydocfly February 26, 2011 at 5:41 pm

      We’re waiting to show in Lindsborg and Salina after we have premiere of the movie at a festival (still not sure where, but hopefully in April or May.) I’ll post on this site as soon as I find out.

      The movie looks great. Thanks for being extras! If you were in the Swedish Dance scene, it looks fantastic!


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