Archive for the ‘Production process’ Category

December 17, 2009  |  1 comment

'Twas the Night Before Wrap…

It feels like Christmas Eve.  Or at least the way Christmas Eve used to feel when I was young enough to accept that the magic was entirely objective, and not the result (at least partly) of a conspiracy between retail...

December 17, 2009  |  No comments

Press Support for the Rising Moon

The Otago Daily Times has published an encouraging editorial in support of The Insatiable Moon.  Money quote?: "There is art,...

December 16, 2009  |  2 comments

Why Wrap?

Ian Mune as Norm - Don't worry, he's just acting One of the pleasures of the Insatiable Moon set is...

December 14, 2009  |  No comments

The Last Week

First Day of Shooting Above: We're Nearly There... And so...it begins...Week Five of shooting.  By Friday evening, we'll be done,...

December 10, 2009  |  1 comment

What Are We Gripping In Here?

Troy the Mighty* Yesterday was a sweltering hot day - 28 degrees (which is 86 for those living in Fahrenheit)...

December 9, 2009  |  2 comments

Transcendence and Compassion in Cinema

Mick Innes as 'John' I’m in Ponsonby’s red light district – the portable gazebos we’re using for shade and comfortable...

December 8, 2009  |  6 comments

Into Great Silence: A Quiet Day on Set

Watching and Waiting in the Green Room (Photo by Violaine Barrois) There is a near-deathly still in our improvised green...

December 7, 2009  |  1 comment

How Not to Do It

Fascinating, wince-inducing article in The Guardian this morning - about how a first time producer spent several million on a...