Tag : filmmaking

26 May 2014

Casting Call: 9 to 11-year-old actress for my next film

I am working on pre-production for my upcoming short film “Kurayami no Wa“, and I’m looking for a young actress for a supporting role. Here are the details: Production Title: “Kurayami no Wa” Genre: Dark Thriller Production Type: Independent/Student Project Length: Short Film (Under 10 minutes) Production Location: Ottawa Compensation: Non-paying/volunteer, credit in film, meals & snacks  Audition Date: By appointment, June 25-27 Character: “Alex” Attributes: Female, Caucasian, Age 9 – 11 (or equivalent appearance) Actress will need to: – portray a […]

29 Mar 2014

Shots as a form of Art, and Moo!

Moo Cards NFFTY 2014 is coming up fast, and it’s very difficult for me to contain my excitement. Another reason that I’m excited, is my Moo mini-cards (several boxes) came in the mail the other day! Moo is a service for creating business cards that you can style and change to fit your business and personality. I styled mine so that each mini-card had a different frame from one of my films on the back, and of course all my […]

16 Mar 2014

March Break, a Kessler Crane, and My Next Film

My March break has come to an end. I didn’t go anywhere sunny over the March break, because my family was hoping we’d be travelling in April to the NFFTY film festival in Seattle – a wish that came true! So, what did I do over my March break in freezing and snowy Ottawa? I attended a two-day workshop at the local “SAW Video” centre, which is a not-for-profit organization that offers courses, equipment, and facilities for artists. I wanted […]

28 Sep 2013

Another GIFTS Shoot Tomorrow

Tomorrow is the last on-location shoot for my new short film GIFTS. It’s going to be a fun day, but it will also be a very challenging day because tomorrow we have to shoot the most complex scene of the entire film. Last Sunday we had a very long shoot schedule that started at 8am and went until we lost our sunlight shortly after 6pm. But one of the highlights of the day was that we had a professional photographer, Charlene […]