~ not related to the film but I'm doing a show in Ontario this Friday night, details in video:) ~ I'm almost done shooting! ~ editing decisions ~ need music ~ how the heck am I going to make a prop paycheck?
This week's vlog is a sneak peak into behind the scenes of what happens when I'm shooting myself. I needed my phone for the scene so I didn't get to record the actual scene but you can see what I have to do to set up my shot:)
Hey guys...(haha, see what I did there? Inside joke for those who watched the last video)
Vlog II part II is up! Click the HD button in the settings/wheely-thing to get clearer video.
~ being behind and in front of the camera at the same time is a difficult task! (another shocker, yes) ~ I am forgetful (this is not new) ~ offers of help (I will take you up on them at some point in the future;)) ~ being accountable to myself (not good: I'm lazy) ~ I was getting delirious by the end of this day (please excuse me laughing at myself)
I have decided to do an experiment. I am going to shoot a film. All by myself. It's a short film written by Andrew Genaille called Stuck at Home. I'm doing this because I bought a little starter camera to practice with because I want to produce more films, however I know very little about anything that has to do with video and audio (Exhibit A: I so screwed up the audio in this, my very first vid). But I want to learn...
The second film Festival A Big Black Space was accepted into was the American Indian Film Festival in San Francisco, November 8-14. This was extremely exciting for me because this particular film festival has been around for a long time-this was its 40th anniversary. Plus, I had never been to San Francisco before and always wanted to go. One of my dreams for my acting career is to be able to travel for work and it's beginning to come true:) --
For those of you that don't know, I wrote and produced and starred in my first short film this year called A Big Black Space. It's my first foray into filmmaking and I'm very proud of it. The film had its world premiere at the inaugural Tulsa American film festival in Tulsa, Oklahoma on October 17, 2015. I flew down to Tulsa that weekend and had a wonderful time--