Once we got engaged, Deirdre and I began our humble planning phase. Actually… Deirdre handled the majority of it because I was so busy with school and my projects, but still, we had open discussions about the guest list, the location, and our wedding party. We decided to keep our guest list to a minimum, all the while looking for the cheapest location we could muster. We didn’t care to have a “formal” wedding with a wedding party and all…
Okay, truthfully, I had wanted a minor semblance of that. I had always envisioned Shawn, Travis, and Jason in our own version of Frank the Tank’s wedding in Old School. Shawn would be the Vince Vaughn to my Will Ferrell, and it would be hilarious, and Deirdre’s and my version of “traditional.”
Maine was going to be my basecamp for filmmaking success. At least, that’s what I decided. I mean it’s not as though I could move Deirdre and Kaitlyn to LA…
I toiled away on the Fort Thomas, but the scripts were slowing to a trickle, and I felt that Travis’ work should have been done by now. I was waiting on his finished artwork in order to create the animatic, so I didn’t want to rework the scripts so much that the animatic would be irrelevant.
It’s finally here! Arbitrary magic episode Number 48! Join us as we talk Twin Movies (no, not the Danny Devito/Arnold Schwarzenegger film), our favorite Stephen King adaptations, and Tim goes into the editing side of film; from his recent work on a non-profit production, to the different brands of editing software, to some of his peer influences and resources online today (included below).
Jamie– Twin Movies (Starts at 00:00)
Alex– Stephen King Movies (10:40)
Tim– Editing and the Tools of the Business (17:50)
#52PickUp– George of the Jungle (32:19)
Communal Film Announcement (35:39)
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