Wednesday, 22 October 2008
Had a really great day of casting today. We saw lots of people and a few of them really got our imagination going. The overall standard we much higher than we had expected and we owe a lot of that to Tanja and Ellie at the actors temple for getting us in touch with some great people. We can only hope that the casting sessions carry on at this high standard and we will be sure to have a great film on our hands.
Thank you to every one who came today and everyone who helped out.
Tuesday, 21 October 2008
We're seeing a load of actors tomorrow that we hope are going to blow our socks off with their acting ability. There will be people reading for three different parts, James, Mr Robinson and the Secretary, and were hoping that at least a few of them will be perfect for the film.
I will post again soon with news from the acting front.
Wednesday, 8 October 2008
So there was a little bit of a location scout yesterday, the Actors Temple on Warren Street was the place in question. Except it wasn't so much a temple as you might of previously of been lead to believe or a temple as you or i might know it. It was more a really warm den under the ground with all the potential for a big old sweat fest, and not of the good variety either. Perhaps though temples don't always have to be grandiose, just a retreat of warmth.
However it did give myself a good idea of what a basement felt like, well a type of basement and thats not to say i hadn't been in a basement before i just hadn't really thought about how it felt in this particular way.
From the temple we walked the streets of north central, looking at streets and alleys. All of which seemed rather a bit clean for what we had in mind. It pretty much pissed it down and we kept walking before having pizza.
Today though the sun shone with it's little rays of goodness, and it seemed that we would have to continue a search for a location for the two main rooms, as the Temple despite all it's air con was perhaps not going to offer us what we are needing and looking for.
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