If you ever have a chance to work on a film set I suggest you take it. Even if it’s just running errands, carrying gear or making coffee, there’s a good chance your time spent on set will be an experience you won’t soon forget.
As movie goers we see the finished product – the results from months of writing, rewriting, casting, filming, editing and so on. But, it’s the stuff we don’t see that makes it so memorable for the cast and crew. The camaraderie built from spending so much time together trying to bring the filmmaker’s vision to life creates new and lasting friendships.
We have a great cast and crew because this video shows what it’s like all the time on the set of The Amygdala Project.
I hope you enjoyed our video. Please take a moment to click this link and consider helping us make sure we can finish shooting the series. Thank you.
Today’s update will be short and sweet… we filmed the last scene for episode 1. It was a lot of fun and we shot a few quick inserts to make a trailer.
While I’m busy organizing the new footage and creating a trailer, please check out our GFM page. If you can contribute a few dollars that would be great – every little bit helps and it all adds up!
Craft services for our volunteer cast and crew is first on the list of items we need because a fed cast and crew is a happy cast and crew. High on the list is some equipment upgrades so please click this link and read up on what we’re doing and who is involved, and then decide if you would like to contribute… and don’t forget to share our GFM page on your Facebook wall and on Twitter to help us spread the word so your friends can learn about our mini-series. On behalf of the cast and crew, thank you for your support.