Dycee Wildman | 2011 May
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May 2011

18 May gathering a few good artists

Isn’t this fun! A new page to the website. A new project on the docket.

You can read a little more about it here.

Right now I am talking to Ian Reed, of giant blue whale, about some drawings that will be featured in the Kickstarter campaign video, as well as on the website under the gallery section.

I’m talking with Carina Pearson about a spooky piano soundtrack.

Chris Durai and I are developing a working relationship wherein he shoots and I edit. He will be A Camera on this project. Keep your ears perked up for his upcoming series of shorts.

The cast is coming together and I love everyone involved. A lot of good friends with whom I have been wanting to work, as well as some faces that you may recognize from previous projects.

Still looking for good sound people (production and post production), a lighting crew and a good post production team to help polish this little creature into something vicious.

Stay tuned for more updates and ways to get involved.

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11 May Paper Thin (pre-production)

I am so excited about this new project, on the horizon. Starting with a true and funny story from my Mother’s college days, Eric Bierschenk (you can find him in our series of micro-shorts) and I took a little artistic license and came up with this idea for a 10-15 minute narrative short film, Paper Thin.

All of the movies I have ever made have cost no money at all (my last video cost the most: $20). After visiting the Nashville Film Festival this Spring and watching a few series of their short films, I realized that I wanted to start experimenting with making movies that have a budget. I have confidence in my ideas but who knows how a little professional touch could elevate them to the level of festival contenders.

I want to use this opportunity to tell an entertaining story, highlight a clear aesthetic style, explore the delicate balance between details and overall vision, push myself to polish work to a higher standard, practice working within a budget, become more business minded, prove to everyone that given a little extra time and energy my ideas can really become something. Eventually I hope to use this short as a kind of calling card to say “Hey look what I did! I bet you want to help me make my feature film, APOSTROPHE.”

Look for the upcoming Kickstarter campaign.

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