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    Small Multiple:

    An economy of perception results.... As our eye moves from one image to the next, this constancy of design allows viewers to focus on changes in information...

    Edward Tufte
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    SCREENPLAY
    by Don Riemer


    CAST

    "Frank" - Justin Arnold
    "Catherine" - Crystal Pate

    CREW

    Director - Daniel Piatt
    DP - Eric Meisner
    AD/Producer - Macario Hernandez
    Composer - Herman Witkam
    Sound Designer - Brad Semenoff
    UPM - Laura Trevino
    Associate Producer - Matt Veigl
    Camera - Jim Millen
    1st AC - Anthony Lyle
    Location Sound - Nathanael Piatt
    Props - Steve Matthews

    "Cate" - played by Crystal Pate


    "Frank" - played by Justin Arnold


    UPDATE:

    06/08 - Effects shots pretty much finished. Time to work on final color correction in time to encode and upload by the 16th...

    05/04 - Wrapped production yesterday!!! To the editing lab...

    04/20 - We held our casting call yesterday and got some really talented people in to audition. We are auditioning a few more people this week and should have our cast set by weeks end!
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    Here are some BTS PHOTOS from our two-day shoot (May 3rd-4th). I don't want to give away too much so I won't show any of the "juicy" tidbits just yet...but this will hopefully give you an idea! Screen grabs coming soon...check back later!

    The slate...carefully wrangled by Anthony Lyle!


    Getting ready for a possibly dangerous effects shot (that is me...not an actor in really cheezy wardrobe):


    "I said stay still! Don't you know how hard it is to focus a macro shot!?!? Actors..."


    Eric Meisner, maniacal genius DP, carefully lighting Justin.


    "The Gear" we were working with:


    You could say it got...a little crowded at times.


    More later...
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    Reserved For Screen Grabs


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    good luck! Look forward to it!


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    I'm psyched to see this getting made. I loved Don Riemer's script.


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    Yay for more Texans!

    I checked out the trailer for God and Country and really liked it. Kudos.


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    Yeah God and Country looked great. Best of luck with this one.


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    Yeah, I wanted to give a big thanks to Chris Messineo for the MoviePoet.com website!!! That place is a GREAT resource for anyone who is a filmmaker and is looking for ideas or inspiration! I have contacted several different screenwriters about scripts I've read on there and they have all been very helpful and willing to collaborate.

    I have read several posts by people who are struggling to come up with ideas, especially for these festivals. CHECK OUT MOVIEPOET.COM!

    And Don Riemer has been a big help and I hope we do his script justice!


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    Thanks for the kind words about MoviePoet.com.

    I'm thrilled that several filmmakers from this contest have found their scripts there.


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