Hear ye! Hear ye! The machine is warmed up and now it’s ready to move. We’re shooting some wicked interrogation stuff this weekend. There will be evil eyes, mutations and green screens galore! I’ll post stills next week. In the meantime, here’s a shot of the set that Ron Rotondo, Ed Barker, and Rob Quinton built. It is a repurposed storage unit. One person thought we were filming “Storage Wars.” Heck, I’d hang out with Barry Weiss.
Second unit photography began today. Thanks to Paul A. Brooks and David Parry for their work at the Dixie Square Mall. This is the same mall the Blues Brothers drove through back in the day. Since it will be torn down soon, I think it’s safe to say that Citizen in the Temple will be the last movie shot there. Here are a couple teaser shots:
I wanted to include a couple shots of the Templar costumes too. Beth Miller has done a great job.
You may have noticed that I’ve been posting casting information on various social networking outlets. If not, head on over to the MFA Cast page to see who I’m working with. It’s a talented lot. I will continuously update this throughout the production. As always, we encourage you to check out the Citizen in the Temple Facebook page and the Ten Wing Films Facebook page if you like what you see. Like us! We like you.
In other news, Paul G. Lyzun has a new promo trailer for his compelling documentary “Without Charity,” the story of Charity Payne, a young woman sentenced to 165 years in prison for her role in the triple homicide murders in Lakeville, Indiana in September 2000. Take a look and join up on the facebook page here.