Interview: Preesa Bullington
Jun 2008 02

What is your name?
Preesa Adeline Bullington

How old are you and why?
19…because my birthday isn’t for another month.

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Interview: Claudia Baker
Jun 2008 07

How old are you and why?
I am almost 28 years old because I decided that it seemed like an appropriate time to have another birthday. Yeah my birthday is in 2 weeks!

What got you started in film work?
My love of movies. I love that you can escape into some exciting new world. I also love the fact that with films you feel as though you get to be involved with other people’s lives.

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Interview: Jim Lee
Jun 2008 12

What is your name?
Jim Paul Lee (It’s not James… just Jim)

How old are you and why?
I’m as old as my favorite bottle of Krunk Juice.

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This clip was created and released to attract Blender Artists to the project. This is the first clip that we released from the movie and we are darn proud of the work everyone is doing to make it really cool.

Visit the Project London Store to purchase DVD and Blu-ray discs, the Soundtrack Album and other merchandise.

Interview: Bethany Jones
Jun 2008 17

How old are you and why?
As old as I feel, and that’s forever 23. On occasion I feel 45; I like to stay home with my dogs watch Oprah and have a glass of wine.

What got you started in film work?
I have been interested in film work to find out for myself if actors and crew members truly are crazy. Its like a safe Western State.

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Project London Graphic Novel Launched!
Jun 2008 23

I am very pleased to announce that Branson Anderson (Jerry) has partnered with Spiral Productions LLC to create a graphic novel based on the original screenplay for Project London written by Ian Hubert. Branson will be working with Jonathan McConnell to develop the story arc from a graphic perspective; both are extremely talented art majors studying at Western Washington University in Bellingham, WA. Needless to say we (Nathan McCoy, Ian Hubert and myself) are very excited about this endeavor and believe that this graphic novel will play a significant role in attracting fans to Project London.

Phil

on behalf of Nathan McCoy (left), Phil McCoy (right), and Ian Hubert (not pictured)
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