The Producer’s Report #158 | Cast + Crew Screening Recap
Dec 2012 07

Monday, December 3rd was a fabulous evening and the night that the Cast + Crew got to see a finally finished, Project London. My heart was overflowing with gratitude to be able to thank everyone who helped us finish this labor of love. The text of my speech (see link to download PDF below) was concise, but it still took three pages to recognize, thank everyone and express my sincere appreciation for all the hard work and effort that went into this movie.

Phil’s Project London Cast + Crew Screening Speech PDF

Watching the movie together with everyone was one of the best experiences ever. Desmond, Manager and Projectionist at the  Crest Cinema Center (Shoreline, WA, USA) took special care to make everything perfect for us. We even had “extra thump” from the sound system dialed in so that all the exosuit battles, explosions and fights were felt solar plexus style. I loved that. And I loved how the crowd embraced the movie. It was a golden night.

We have a slug of pictures from the screening. Apparently I’m a camera hog, appearing in 98% of all the photos!

Monday was also the day that we launched our Kickstarter Campaign to raise the necessary funds to make DVD, Blu-ray and Soundtrack Album disks. It’s totally amazing to me that the halfway mark in the campaign was smashed in less than 5 days. I’m now optimistic that we’re going to be able to make DVD, Blu-ray and Soundtrack Album disks. Thanks to everyone who has backed this campaign.

Please consider sharing the Kickstarter campaign opportunity as well as our blog posts on Facebook. Your enthusiasm for Project London is the only way people are going to hear about us, because we just don’t have a marketing budget. Thank you so much for caring enough to help out in this way.

Sincerely,

Phil


(L to R) Ian Hubert, writer director; Phil McCoy and Nathan McCoy, executive producers.

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