Friday, December 31, 2010

Happy New Year! A Look at a Busy Filmmaking 2010

Happy New Year! I can't believe it is already almost 2011 -- just a few hours left. Time has flown this year. Looking back I have to say it was a really good year. We had a great time making the documentary on George Lucas' Industrial Light & Magic as well as shooting our indie drama that we had been wanting to make for a decade, called The Diary of Preston Plummer.

We also released our film Not Since You on DVD, VOD and PPV this year and even watched it on Air Canada! We completed our other indie romantic comedy Take Me Home -- we are seeking sales agents for it right now.

We premiered our short Gay Baby at FilmOut San Diego (and won the audience award - yay!) and then showed at Frameline to a sold out crowd -- super fun. You can even watch it online today at www.tlagay.com. It's part of a shorts contest and we'd love your vote!

In addition, we are in talks to create a documentary with a wonderful organization that supports the LGBT community. I'll have more information on that project soon!

And we are gearing up to make another micro-budget film in February. This time it's a really creepy horror film titled Grime. Should be very bloody and oozy -- a special effects artist's dream. We're making it with some great people with whom we love to make movies so it should be a great time.

Those were the highlights for us. It was a fun, challenging and creative year. We worked with some amazing talented people and I am really proud of our achievements this year. We keep making movies so we are happy. Here's to another great year in 2011. I have high hopes that things will be looking up for all of us. Cheers!

3 comments:

Lucas Moh said...

time really flies!

Phantom of Pulp said...

Sounds like you had a very productive and rewarding 2010, Jane.

Congratulations and onwards!

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