Editing in the Temple, Zombie Revival and Giving To Charity

Greetings! It’s been awhile since we’ve talked, so…welcome back, me! Hopefully you’ve all had a chance to check out What Lies Beneath by Veritae. Hey, while you’re at it, why not check out some other video treats on TenWingTv? Come fly with us!

I am about half way through the rough cut of Citizen in the Temple. It’s looking outstanding. I’m so proud of the way everyone worked together and all of that effort definitely shows. I’m going to start up a new indiegogo campaign soon to help raise money for the soundtrack and finishing production costs. This means if your wallet is immune to this economy and you have extra money lying around, I can help you spend it! You’re welcome! I still need to cast the High Templars, who will dourly oversee the inquisition of our hero, Jennon Ril. That will happen very soon. To wet your appetite, here are 25 nude new photos from the shoot.


Speaking of indiegogo, Paul Lyzun just launched his second indiegogo campaign to cover finishing costs for Without Charity. I highly encourage you to donate if you can. This is shaping up to be a great film. There have been multiple interviews with Charity and this month Paul and I are traveling to the Wabash Valley Correctional Facility to interview Phillip Stroud, the gunman in the triple homicide. We’re very thankful Phillip has agreed to the interview and we look forward to what he has to say. Also on the schedule is an interview with Mischell Browning, one of the daughters of the victims who was very outspoken during the trials. After that, it’s time to get a case of Mountain Dew and dive into editing.

What else is in the Ten Wing future? We are currently working with our web designer to upgrade and expand our tenwingfilms.com website. That should take a month or two but when it’s done it will hum.

We have two music videos on the horizon. Currently, we are in preproduction with Karlye Lapetina. We have some really fun ideas planned and we’re looking to shoot late Feb.

I’ve started planning a feature. I’ve laid out my notes. That’s all I have to say about that. FOR NOW.

Finally, this April will mark the 5 year anniversary of the first film I wrote and directed, Late Afternoon of the Living Dead. This was before film school. This was before casting calls when you relied on your friends to help get things done and everyone wore 18 hats. This was in the land before HD. It was a horror/comedy zombie launchpad manned by a 3 person crew and over 100 actors. In post, we spent a lot of time trying to get 30p footage to look like 24 fps. Now, 5 years later, there is much more we can do in terms of post effects and looks. We’re in the midst of creating a sleek, 90 minute “revival” cut with a new, HD-upres’d look. If you want to see the old trailer and this author’s humble beginnings, check it. Have fun with it. We did.

2012 is looking to be a very busy year. Good times. Good family. Out.


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