Archive for December, 2009

ALL NEW 1-Minute TSD Teaser!!!

Posted in Uncategorized on December 20, 2009 by runningfornow

Watch it, rate it and PASS IT ON!!!

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2 versions of new poster concept

Posted in Uncategorized on December 16, 2009 by runningfornow

Would this poster inspire you to get in line at the local theater or rent the DVD?

almost there :)

Posted in Uncategorized on December 16, 2009 by runningfornow

The new 60 sec. TSD teaser is nearly done. Stay tuned!

Semi-Finalist ~ Screenplay Festival 2009

Posted in Uncategorized on December 5, 2009 by runningfornow

Phew! I’ve been so busy with shooting and editing this new TSD teaser for that I forgot to check a few contest and competition websites. Lo and behold, The Sleeping Deep is a semi-finalist in this year’s Screenplay Festival. Really guys, can’t you come up with a catchier name than that? But I suppose it is easy to remember. ;)

Anyhow, here’s the link to check out.

http://www.screenplayfestival.com/2009_semifinal.html

Have a great weekend!

~ Jeff

Frame grabs from the new TSD teaser

Posted in Uncategorized on December 4, 2009 by runningfornow

Jessica Marshall-Gardiner as Charlotte Foster and Shal’Duntuk

Shal’duntuk, Maknaki Demon Warrior

Posted in Uncategorized on December 3, 2009 by runningfornow

As portrayed by Jessica Marshall-Gardiner.

Sing it. “Who ya gonna call? Shal’duntuk!”

Just a few pics from today’s shoot. Lots of fun. Jessica was quite the sport: chocolate sauce, fake blood, charcoal war paint, strands of hair lost to masking tape … all in a day’s work. Can’t wait to do it again in a proper studio and with our trusty DP John Tulin around. :)

More soon. Stay tuned!

~ Jeff

I’m no costume designer…

Posted in Uncategorized on December 1, 2009 by runningfornow

Here’s a concept for Shal’duntuk the Maknaki Demon Warrior

Part Hellraiser, part Native American, part Matrix, part The Cell. I was aiming for something that looked traditional and grounded in historical fact, not the spray-on Lycra Super Heroine suits that seem to be all the rage nowadays. Sure I’m all for watching Kate Beckinsdale leap around and kick ass in her rubber ebony wetsuit, but we’re not fighting werewolves or vampires and The Sleeping Deep isn’t about what’s considered hip and “sexy” by Hollywood (or low-budget indie) standards for that matter.

We’ll see what happens.