And for those for whom YouTube isn't a good option, we also put Night Light on Vimeo.
We are headed to Dragon*Con to debut a sneak peek of the fan film on Friday at 10pm in the Westin International BC. Then we have all Saturday and Sunday to frolic in Geek Mecca.
If you can come, you will get to see the sneak peek first!
If you cannot, we will be giving the Facebook page an exclusive peek, too, which the Con-goers will not get. :) And then of course, after we get home from the Con, we will share the content from D*C online :)
The film has all but wrapped by now! We just have one group scene and one solo scene with no dialogue left to shoot, and pickups. The first easter egg is on the facebook page, and we are a week away from the first teaser trailer (2 minutes in length), which will get its debut at MisCon in Montana on Memorial Day Weekend, following the Dresden fanfilm "Grave Watcher" by Bernard Finnegan, who graciously offered some of his panel time for our trailer.
Catch his film at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xsdwUjdYQMk
A montage of the still photography from production and pre-production of our fanfilm can be found here:
And that easter egg is here:
Our facebook page keeps better day-to-day track of our progress, and it is here:
Just three weeks until we start filming.
We have Harry's sub-basement Lab built, it just needs to be dressed.
We have Harry's apartment begun, it needs to be finished and dressed.
All other locations have been secured, mattes have been found for locations which aren't EXACTLY Chicago and a little too Dallas. Appropriate vehicles have been found, everyone is cast, the script is final, the schedule is being finalized, costumes are almost all obtained, and the read-through is two weeks from today.
Continuity photos, and a few fun ones, have been taken and are being processed.
We're hoping to have production photos, at LEAST one, to share each week as we film, to give people a peek at what we're doing.
After the shoot a year and a half ago for "Lightbringer," everyone is very glad that it isn't 110+ degrees outside, and everyone is very glad we don't have to worry as much about trying to avoid "anachronisms" like powerlines, cars, planes, cell phones, buildings...
Getting exciting around here....