Drum roll, please....
So Roger's rough cut is done and out at the composer's for scoring!
What a relief, and how much fun it's been getting the last few pieces nailed in place and the details under control.
Two amazing actors came into the project in one week, and I'm happy to have them both, though one has a talking part, and one not, they're both equally important.
Still some fine tuning to do, but essentially, if I had to show the film, I could do it right now!
I heard from the RWP Museum today, and we're discussing having the premiere there in February. Much later than I'd hoped, but I really think it would be appropriate. On the other hand, I've also been chatting with another organization in Providence about premiering it as well.
This is the time when the work on a film goes from creative/technical to business. Not something I'm crazy about, but if it's going to get out and about and sprout legs of its own, this is the time to do it...
What I really want for my birthday next week is a marketing person, so I can get moving on with the next part of this project- Fanny of Pawtucket- a Love Story (working title).