We didn’t get 100 people at Abracadabra but we did get a manageable group who stayed until the end, which was MIDNIGHT! They were enthusiastic extras who learned that when dialogue was being recorded they had to dance without music.
Just as predicted we completed our longest day and clocked out at 9 p.m. that’s 15 hours on the job. Professor Berry told the film students “this is what filmmaking is all about..this proves if you have the leather!.. if
I know promised you an update with photos but guess what? It’s 7:53 p.m. and and we are all STILL here ON LOCATION at the house. We have been up since 4 a.m. and working since 6:30 a.m. Our first
Today we wrapped up the scene we didn’t complete the day before. It went well. The day continued with planning and working out the logistics of the upcoming scenes. Avonelle Pole who has been coordinating various aspects of the production