“Quantum Leap meets Fairy Tale Theatre” in this allegory in the tradition of C S Lewis.
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“Everything went very well. We got some great film and we actually finished one hour earlier than planned,” producer Paul Tinder said of the first day’s shoot.
The movie, starring Tom Lagleder, is being filmed with 3 Canon 5 D Mark II’s.
“We never would be able to even attempt what we are doing without these cameras, ” Paul added about the fact that they are shooting the entire movie over the course of the next four weeks, “They take amazing footage.”
The second day’s shooting went great in spite of the weather. The directors and producer looked at the first rough assembly of some of the scenes they shot and “THEY LOOK GREAT”! Amazing images and that is before color correcting. They’ll do a rough assembly as we go along so we’ll have a rough cut of the film shortly after completing principle photography.
The cast and crew will be back at Enchanted Springs Ranch the next two weekends. The last weekend will be split between the ranch and a nearby San Antonio farm.
Also, if you would like to be in the film, you have less than 2 weeks before the Kickstarter campaign ends. Hurry and get your donation in if you haven’t already to get your prize!
Tom Lagleder, cast in the lead role of Bat Masterson in the film, is known for his role as David in the 2010 movie The Killing Strain. Other film credits include Alone Yet Not Alone, Doonby (post production), Cartoneo Y Nopalitos, Embracing Karma, and Home By Six. Mr. Lagleder has appeared as a co-star and/or principal on such television shows as C.S.I., Frasier, General Hospital, Night Stand, Mike Hammer, and Santa Barbara.
Tom Lagleder resides in San Antonio, Texas and is represented by Linda Alcazar or Mary Vara, agents at Condra Artistahttp://www.condraartista.com.
The play Last Words, which is also available for licensing, is now going to be produced as a film in San Antonio, TX. SouthCoast Theatre and Film will begin shooting the feature in December 2010, under the direction of Vaughn Taylor. Paul Tinder will produce.
This development is in line with the company’s mission to bring independent film making to the region and transform the San Antonio community into a point of production. Mainly utilizing local Texas talent, SouthCoast Theatre and Film endeavors to provide members of the community with a greater opportunity to follow their dreams in excelling in any and all aspects of theatre and film production, as well as retain the financial benefits normally associated with film production.
Paul Tinder and Vaughn Taylor-Tinder have extensive entertainment industry experience in performing, producing, script writing and project development. Their experience ranges from developing feature films for major entertainment markets and starring in national network television programming, to creating and producing small local theatre. Their responsibilities have included negotiating production and performer union contracts, negotiating distribution contracts, overseeing sub-contractor services as well as hiring production teams. This breadth of experience gives them a credible and valid foundation upon which to successfully develop a new film produciton industry in San Antonio.
A new venture comming to San Antonio, TX. Paul Taylor and Vaughn Tinder bring film production with ‘Heartland Values” to South Texas. With several projects in the works, the focus will be on using local Texas talent and companies to create a thriving film industry in the “South Coast.”
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