On a digital film shoot like ours, arguably the most important person on the set is the DIT.
The DIT, also called the Digital Imaging Technician, is the person most responsible for managing and transferring our digital data -- in this case, the entire movie -- to a place where it can be safely stored and edited. In many cases, the DIT has people's lives and sanity in their hand.
So when our terrific DIT, Fred, had to leave the set for his college graduation last week, we decided to surprise him with this. You should've seen his face. Enjoy.
More set videos and photos are forthcoming. And thank you, everyone, for your support, once again.
So our campaign is wrapping up. We're still on set, and are planning something for the end. Please watch for it.
Meanwhile, here's a candid video of the director and the producer, sharing a laugh not too long ago. Believe me, it was hysterical.
This project began as a desire to tell a funny, different story, then to make a social statement and then it morphed into .... something else. When the actors were cast and the crew brought on, everything changed.
And so here we are.
Thank you all so much for your help and your support over these 30 days. Because of you, we're able to complete our project. Thank you.
As a way of thanks, here's a video, shot today.
Today is the first day in the apartment of our characters; a day where some of them hook up, fight and run out to their day of destiny. Below are more photos from the shoot.
Thank you all so much for your help! The machine rolls on, but we still need your help! We are so close!