Today at the management meeting, we discussed Ian’s proposals to improve Project London based on our own sense of what needed to be addressed and the input we collected from the screening at the Grand Illusion two weeks ago. Nate and I are really excited about the many ideas Ian brought to the table…Read More [..]
Things are starting to add up. It’s really true, we are in the home stretch. But the work to cross the finish line is still very significant. Today, we screened Project London for a group of local filmmakers and select crew members including the new Sound Design Team at the Grand Illusion Cinema in the U District.
It was a fantastic experience to see Project London projected on a big screen. It gave me a chance to see this movie that we’ve been staring at for such a long time with new eyes.Read More [..]
(Josh Truax as Nebraska Higgins, shot by Barry Gregg during a pickup day where we shot a brand new scene for the middle of the movie and augmented shots for the completely epic final battle.)
The Project London “Awareness” news release, dated March 23, 2010 unveiled our all volunteer, almost no budget movie to the world. It was sent to numerous movie news outlets, popular culture and science-fiction & fantasy blog sites.
As of this writing there are now:
52 known news reports/blog posts featuring the movieRead More [..]
This is another great photo by Marc Studer featuring Jen Page (Xing Xing Fix) and Josh Truax (Nebraska Higgins). The photo was shot at the Lyon’s Den in Bothell, WA, (USA) which served as the set for the Western Palm a swinging night spot where The Prawn’s were filmed performing their hit, “Tell Me”. Tom Hall is currently working on the mix for the soundtrack album version of the song.
Ian, Nate and I are just now finishing our Saturday management meeting and the last discussion of the day was whether or not to try and work the Wilhelm scream into the Project London Soundtrack. What do you think we should do? Check out this compilation.Read More [..]
Many of you already know that last week we release 125 seconds of Project London on YouTube, et al. And along with that, we have been sending out our first press release. Some sites are picking up our story and starting to blog about us. You can see a complete list of known postings on the NEWS page of the official movie site.
We could really use your help!Read More [..]
Our regular Saturday management meeting was moved to Sunday this week to accommodate busy schedules and allow more time to finish work on the new teaser clip and review Project London with all of the visual effects in place. Today’s meeting was a good one. We put all 10 reels together and watched it end to end.
Nate’s comments, The film is completely amazing; seeing it with all visual effects is a stunning and wonderful experience! The teaser clip will knock your socks off.”
The new Multiply Teaser Clip, featuing exclusive music by Half Acre Day, will premiere this Tuesday morning at
Multiply the second “Lunar Singles” release by Half Acre Day hits the radio waves March 15 and will also soon be available globally on iTunes and a number of other services (see the list below). This is the first of two versions of the song, appearing exclusively on the Project London Soundtrack.
And guess what!? We are officially within days of releasing a new teaser clip featuring the Project London Mix of Multiply!
Today, Ian delivered the movie for Nate and I to review. We are really excited to see this because we know this version of the film is completely head and shoulders above the versions we have looked at to this point. You probably know that the story is found three times through the process of making a film… when the story is written, during production, and then again in post. For the first time we are going to see the entire story, from end to end, with the VFX cut to Ian’s vision for Project London. Can’t wait.Read More [..]