– There was a wardrobe sale at Pinewood Toronto Studios. I checked it out mainly for an excuse to wander around on the studio lot, but it also gave me a chance to say hi to friend of 416-Film, Adam Smith, who was peddling his wares. You can check out his cool handy work at www.swordinthestone.ca
– We have a zombie shot film in the works and, no, it’s not called “It Came from Planet Earth.” That’s another zombie(ish) film we’re (sort of) working on. This one is tentatively named “Zombie Surfing.” Most of it has been shot and we hope to wrap it up next month. You can see a still from it on the Projects page.
– “Cock-Knockers From Outer Space!” and “A Keychain of Events” were both screen at the Barrie Film Festival. People seemed to be laughing at the right parts, so it’s good to know that it’s just not us that finds our stuff funny.
I’ve been promising to post our award winning film “A Key Chain of Events” for some time. I forgot that we had a deal with Movieola to not distribute it on the web for a year.
As the first anniversary approaches it looks like Movieola is trying to get their money’s worth out of it. It’s being broadcasted three times this month. …Wait a minute. We didn’t get any money from them. I guess it’s because they just like it so much. – SOON, for realz, it will be posted.
The broadcast date for “A Keychain of Events” has finally been announced. If you subscribe to Movieola, check it out. For those of you who don’t, it should be posted in our movie section soon. So there’s no excuse for not watching it!
I joined up with Paul French (pictured to the left) and Rob Paul to form “Team Kung Fu Gaggle Squad” and entered the 48 hour film challenge organized by Ed Video in Guelph. And guess what?
We won first place!
Even have the trophy to prove it. See?
Part of the prize was a broadcast option from Movieola. I’m not sure what all it entails, so I won’t be posting “A Keychain of Events” until I get the details. But once I have them I’ll be posting the movie here and/or the broadcast time. Stay tuned!