“The fact that this is Antonio Greco’s first crack at writing and directing a feature leaves me hopeful for his future; he has some really good ideas and he knows how to get them across on film. Also, actor Julian Thomas really shined in his role as Marcus, the loner who befriends the child in the “Winter” segment.”
While we’re sitting here waiting to hear back from the film festivals we’ve submitted to, we decided to bust out the gear and give the 48 hour film festival a go. If you’re not familiar with the 48 hour film festival, you have 48 hours to write, film and edit a short film. The audio isn’t perfect, but here is our film as we submitted.
We’ve switched gears from Post-Production to submission mode. With the last bits of editing, scoring and DVD authoring done, we get ready to start submitting to film festivals.
If you want to keep up with the film festivals we will be screening at, you can sign up here.
Tony and Trinka did a radio interview last month with the James Strong Show .
We wanted to post this earlier, but due to a nasty case of the flu and a funeral we didn’t get it posted.
Much more to come.
And for the intro scenes shot for the film, we now add the intro gallery
The behind the scenes gallery for Winter Gallery is live. Click here to see.
With the craziness of the Thanksgiving weekend we missed our update last week, but the Fall Behind the Scenes Gallery has been added.
Check it out here:
Fall Behind the Scenes Gallery
Just added to the site, the Summer behind the scenes gallery, with 67 brand new images.
Check it out here: Summer Gallery
The Year After Infection launched it’s all new website on Halloween, and we’re introducing a new section to the site. Behind the Scenes Galleries.
The first new gallery is spring, with 26 never before seen photos that can be seen here:
Behind the Scenes: Spring Gallery
This past weekend I did our first interview for the film with a segment called After Movie Diner.
It was a great interview, and Jon was a gracious host, with some really great questions.
You can listen to the podcast here:
The interview starts at about 12:00, but you should really listen to the entire podcast. Very entertaining!