Yes, that #shortfilm of mine is still a thing…

LEAVE, A Short FilmIt’s hard to believe it’s been over a year since we wrapped up production out in West Hollywood on my short film LEAVE, which was adapted from my short story of the same name.

That, my friends, was a good time, indeed.

Time sure does go fast…

And, frustratingly enough, it, concurrently, goes so frakkin’ (any BSG/Caprica fans out there?) slow when one’s breath is bated in anticipation, such as mine is for the film’s completion.

Movie making is not as easy as it looks from the theater seats, that’s for sure.

Especially when one has no money left after the flick’s production for the heavy requirements of post-production.

But alas, after a very slow start where almost nothing got done during the first six months after wrap, we are now smoking hot. We’re just about to lock the picture, which will leave us with only color correction, sound design, and the soundtrack to complete.

While there’s work left to be done on it, and while I may be slightly partial, let me tell you, from what I’ve seen of it so far, it’s gonna be a pretty frakkin’ good flick.

Def will be film festival worthy.

So for all of you who so graciously donated funds long, long ago, please rest assured, your money has been well spent.

Once we have the film in the can, so to speak, or close to it, we’ll premiere the “Making of Leave” documentary on our private facebook group for the cast, crew, and donors to view before opening up to a broader audience.

And IMHO, I think the documentary is pretty frakkin’ awesome, too.

As for when the short film will be premiered, I guess we’ll have to leave that up to the good folks at Sundance to see when they want to schedule it. ;)

Hey, a boy can dream, can’t he…

Anyway, while we wait for my short film, I’ll share with you this very cool and creepy short animated film I happily discovered today off an amazing youtube channel dedicated to sci-fi short films called DUST.

Enjoy!


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About Kurt Brindley

He is tall but he hopes to accomplish more in life than just that...
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2 Responses to Yes, that #shortfilm of mine is still a thing…

  1. Alli Farkas says:

    Yes, you can dream. And don’t shortchange your chances at Sundance!

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