Saturday, May 9, 2015

push it out, shove it out

Making a movie-baby is hard.

Even though PINK is a super-tiny-micro-budget film, there are over thirty people working on itinvolved despite the lack of funds because they love the story, or me, or both.

Still, as the lead producer on a micro-budget, with a director who's based in L.A. and a North Carolina shoot, a whole lot of everything falls in my lap. Fortunately, we have a village. A vibrant North Carolina film community that gets jazzed up on the joy of collaborative art, and the chance to make something that could really connect.

Which didn't stop me from waking up at 4:30a.m. today, jolting awake out of a stress-nightmare in which it was the second day of shooting, everything was unraveling, and everyone was angry at me.

So if you've been wondering why I've been so irregular on this website, that's why.

I've been gestating.

Painfully.

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