It’s Off to Set I Go

Posted on May 19, 2007

Tomorrow marks the start of the first thesis film I’ll be working on. A shooting day is split up into two six-hour blocks, with at least a half-hour for lunch and the possibility of overtime (a thirteen-plus hour day is not uncommon).

Since the film isn’t too complicated, it’s not expected that we’ll be shooting all day, but that train of thought can lead to some famous last words. So to make up for the lack of time to post, I’ve enabled a Twitter daily digest that I’ll update throughout the day to give a slight voyeuristic on-set feel. Or not. But it should be fun.

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