... and we're done!
Dare I say it? We're finished! I'm so happy to finally be able to say those words. Not that the entire process of creating "Friends Like Mine" wasn't outrageously fulfilling, but it's nice to now have a final product to present to festivals and share with the cast and crew. I must say, this has been an incredible learning process that I'll never forget-- all the preparations that must be made for filming (finding locations and crew, casting, wardrobe, props, perfecting the script), the three days of principal photography, the days upon days of editing with Eric Hollinshead (aka nitpicking every detail while drinking beer over his shoulder) and working with Alec Roeser to compose the perfect music to fit each scene.
the official theatrical trailer for "Friends Like Mine". It is my hope that you love it as much as I doand that it inspires you to go see the full version when it comes to a festival in your area.
Thank you, again, to EVERYONE involved in this project. I've said it before and I'll say it again. As I watch back the film, I realize how it truly takes a village of talented folks to create something so beautiful and touching. Every person involved had an important role in making this happen and I am forever grateful. Tonight's special thanks goes to Taylor Mosbey for cutting this trailer when I had no idea what I wanted when I walked in. So blessed to have you on board.
To see our behind the scenes photos and read anecdotes from the days of principal photography, click HERE.
9/5/2013 06:23:10 am
Congrats you guys! Looks like a lot of hard work will pay off... ;)
9/5/2013 06:32:49 am
Thanks girl!! I sure hope it does.. couldn't be happier with the final product!
9/5/2013 09:14:39 am
Congrats! I can only imagine (with teeny smidgens of jealousy - ha!) how good this feels! :)
9/5/2013 02:29:42 pm
Aww thanks, chica! It really is both fulfilling and a huge relief! Now, onto the next project!
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