Monthly Archives: August 2013

Fireworkers – Day 4

At the heart of this project, after the initial idea for the script, the idea was to cast six actors who had each produced a film before. Today we learned the power of that choice. After what could have been … Continue reading

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Fireworkers – Day 3

The day started like this: And ended like this: In between was the single most difficult day I have ever faced as a producer. I’ve never had so many pieces fall apart, and had so many backup plans not come … Continue reading

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Fireworkers – Day 2

Started the day with an amazing drive from Saint Stephen to Saint John where we took a ferry about three hours over to Digby, Nova Scotia. The hour drive was truly stunning. The tree line here is very different from … Continue reading

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Fireworkers – Day 1

After twelve hours of driving and a less-than-fun thirty minutes spent with Canadian Border Control, Gene and I finally got into Canada. It was a perfect view looking back at the states: We’ve got a three hour ferry ride tomorrow, … Continue reading

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FIREWORKERS – It Begins

I’m headed out of the city in about 10 days to do a movie called Fireworkers. The movie is being written/directed by Christina Lind and produced by The Neboya Collective. The goal of the project is to tell a beautiful … Continue reading

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