Solstice is a big deal in Fairbanks, marking the “shortest” day of the year (shortest amount of sunlight).
I’ve been slowly (when time permits) editing. Here’s a screen capture showing what some of that looks like. Shooting some scenes with as many as five (5!) cameras gives me many options; but also takes a long time to weed through a lot of footage, line up the various clips (so they’re in sync) and then finally get to master the clips.
Solstice this year also happens to be the first day of Hannukah! With the end of the semester, grading, paperwork and editing – I’ve been so slammed, our holiday cards went out very late (as in: most today…some aren’t done!) But I’m looking forward to the “break” from classes as I plan to also get a lot of work on “The Messenger” project done. I also thought it was past due for an update on this blog, so here are some behind-the-scenes images from the last day of shooting, where we did some “Looping” and Green-Screen videotaping for a scene added at the ‘last minute’!
Enjoy the holiday break, and watch for news of the pending ascension! (Sneak-peek screening April 28, with a public premiere May 4)!