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Glass City Films is raising funds for Limerence —A Mindbending, 293 backers pledged to help bring this project to life. my friend, actress Angie Riccetti, came to me with an idea for a short film. Second thing I'm psyched about: We're essentially making a movie about a mental breakdown.
Projects glasscityfilms limerence mindbending short film about lovesickn posts -- flying fastI asked if we could develop it together, she agreed, and we got to work. Thankfully, we've had tremendous help from the Music Box staff, namely Julian and Rebecca, who've opened up their little space to us and showed us all the inner workings of the booth for easy filming. Tons of other filmmakers have remarked that our trailer looks awesome. We have a few inserts still to get in the next few weeks, and then it's officially off to post-production, which will be a whole other fun and crazy journey. It's based off a very real condition that we've both experienced and want to retell in film form: onlytruegod.info.. The biggest thing that seems to surprise people who have never worked on films before is how long some of the days can get and how early some of the call times can be.
**Award Winning** CGI 3D Animated Short Film: "PLANET UNKNOWN" - by Shawn Wang
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And I truly think this makes the story more relatable as a whole, regardless of sex or sexual orientation. For more info, CLICK HERE. Dan's shot list is remarkably thorough and organized, but also very extensive, as evidenced by the fact that today's shot list was double in length compared to what any of our previous days had been. After one week of alternating shooting on location and in the studio, the post-production took us about five months. If you're a backer of this project, please log in to read this post.. But the hope just kept coming. The dancers in particular were troopers, as several of them barely made it on camera until near the end of filming.