We are proud to announce that Tuesday’s Gone will be shown in a special screening at the Garden Theater in Greenfield, MA! Three other short films from Massachusetts filmmakers will be showcased. Click on the poster for a full size image that has all the details. We hope to see you there!
Woops! Sorry about that folks, but here’s a quick update on “Tuesday’s Gone” for y’all: On Thursday the 22nd, we shot our last major scene of principal photography, and this Thursday we will tie everything up with a neat little bow with a few pickup/coverage shots to make sure the film is complete for editing. Our crack editing staff (Bob), has successfully transferred all the DV footage to a hard drive, so the editing process is ready to go. Finally, our cast and crew gathered for a wrap party on Friday the 23rd, and a grand time was had by all at various Northampton night spots. Coincidentally (or not), the wrap party was held during the annual Zombie Pub Crawl, so we saw quite a few undead revelers looking for brains drinks!
Hola everyone! Jeff, writer of ‘Tuesday’s Gone’ here with another doozy of a production update. This whole process has flirted with near disaster, and the latest setback came on Thursday the 8th, when we were scheduled to shoot a scene at the Lupa Zoo and another “lover’s montage” moment at a park. The entire shoot had to be scrapped that morning however, when our lead actor sliced his hand up pretty bad at his day job.
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Yes, cliché as it may sound, that old and trusted cue rang true for Dead Henchmen this weekend as principal photography began on our first short film project, “Tuesday’s Gone”! And the verdict on the shooting? So far, so good. Bob and I have been saying since the start that we’re playing .500 ball in terms of how things are going. It seems for every setback, there’s something that falls perfectly in place, as you’ll find out here…
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