Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Trapped Inside - Short Film: Banners

Things move very quickly when you get mixed up with the people from Lamb Fer Productions.

With Principal Photography fast approaching (10 & 11 November) for my second short film of the year, we have signed up the 2 lead actors and almost all of the crew. The only main job left is to secure a fitting location and do some test runs re: make-up, lighting etc

We still have a few weeks left for our Indie GoGo crowd fundraising campaign.

Here are some Banners we've (Daryl) knocked up to help promote Trapped Inside on Facebook, Twitter and websites.

Your thoughts and opinions are more than welcome.

And watch this space for news on an upcoming Webisode series I will be involved in.

Until then don't get trapped!!

Monday, September 3, 2012

The Debra Hill Fellowship Presents: Producer's Guild Weekend Shorts Contest

Things have definitely moved fast since I've started a working relationship with Lamb Fer Productions.

Trapped Inside is full steam ahead with a shooting date of 10 & 11 November in New Jersey and we have now locked in.

Director/Producer: Daryl Ferrara
Producer: Jillian Lamb
DoP: Michael Pinchiaroli
Editor: Paige Richardson
Make Up Artist: Emmy
Lighting: Derek Sexton Horani

Lead Actor: David Gazzo

As well as an Indie GoGo fundraising campaign.

Well the same team will honing their skills for the Producers Guild of America: Weekend Shorts Contest presented by the Debra Hill Fellowship.

We have 48 hours to write, shoot, edit and upload a short film after being given a theme and specific elements to utilise (so people don't shoot the film ahead of time). It will start on Friday the 28th of September and the final cut will need to be uploaded by the afternoon of Sunday the 30th of September.

Even more exciting is the films entered in THE PRODUCERS GUILD WEEKEND SHORTS CONTEST will be evaluated by a remarkable group of judges, including Steve Buscemi, Jamie Lee Curtis, Paul Reubens, Lesley Ann Warren, Bruce Cohen and Stacey Sher. Each of the judges had the opportunity to work closely with Debra Hill, and we deeply appreciate their honoring her legacy by providing their time and expertise.

I'm very exciting by this string of little tasks and jobs and it is definitely keeping my writing bubbling along.

Until then hail to the Wool!