2016 has been quite the year so far huh? No matter what happened, it always seemed to be bring out the best, and the worst in people. And, due to social media, we learned that maybe we didn’t know our friends as well as we thought we did after they expressed opinions on whatever current event was happening at that time.
Well, that may be a lie. I’m sure there will be a few final tweaks during this week, but all the parts are in place. The deadline for our target film festival is this weekend, so it will have to be done by then.
While writing Camisado, Starr and I talked a lot about depression and the effects it has on your life. I will willingly admit that my view of depression and suicide was very narrow minded before then. Simply brushing it off as selfish.
You may have noticed that the references to “We Can Work it Out” on the site have been changed to “Yellow.” But since there are no references to the color yellow, or stoplights, or cowardice, or yellow journalism, or really anything yellow-related in the film, I wanted to explain where the name came from and what it means.
DVD Special Features:
- Cast & Creator Interviews
- Production Diaries
- Talk from Premiere Screening
- “Nails for Breakfast” Prequel
- Camisado DVD ($10)
- Licensed to play the film privately in your home. If you would like to screen the film for a youth group, church or school, please purchase a screener copy.
DVDs are being produced for Camisado and will be available for sale soon! In addition to the short film, we’ve also added a bunch of great DVD extras, including interviews with the cast and creators, a prequel short, and footage from our first screening.
Kyra struggles with self-harm in the face of an abusive relationship with Seth with help from her family and best friend Charlie.
So The Noble D is set to be released this summer.
We have started to film our new movie, right now titled Camisad, this month.
We are already preplanning our third project and hoping to start on that soon.
Having a full time job on top of doing this makes social networking hard, but we are working on doing better.
In a lot of ways the story of our new show, The Noble “D” is a lot like my life, although I am not on a spaceship in the future
When writing a story, no matter how fictional it is, I always try to put some of myself in there.