November plans to be a month featuring the non-glamorous side of my career. I'm editing a fund-raising video for Malawi Orphan Care Project, editing a couple of actors' reels, making up a budget and doing some grant writing for a documentary, again centering on the AIDS Orphans crisis in Malawi, and getting set to go into Production in December on a fun and funny feature film trailer. The film (not yet titled) centers around a mother-daughter duo's zany antics as they attempt to become internet celebrities. We will be shooting just enough scenes before the end of the year to produce a trailer. More to come on that soon. :-)
Last month marked the end of our film festival run on our dramatic short, Flush the John, at Reel Recovery's Los Angeles event as well as at Golden Door International Film Festival in Jersey City, New Jersey. Real Mommy Confessions festival run ended in August when we won Best Web Series at Austin Revolution Film Festival! It was a fun year, traveling around the country, walking many red carpets, screening awesome indie films, meeting terrific filmmakers, actors, festival hosts and tech folk. I have to say, however, that I'm ready to move back into production.
Here are the trailers for both projects:
Editing Projects and Pre-Pro