With all of the stops and starts, elation and disappointments, hope and good old fashioned f@$! it. I give up that’s happened over the last two years while trying to wrangle this film, I feel like I’ve been stuck in DC traffic on the Beltway (for those who’ve never experienced it – count your blessings). Well, it’s time to hit the exit and run for some country roads.
Over the last couple months I’ve been working with Victor Cooper and Nick Pujic from Vantage Point Media House on the film. They’ve been fitting it in between sorties to BC to shoot episodes of Shorelines with April Vokey for WFN and who-knows-where-else around the globe for everything else.
I’m happy to report that we’re in the final push on the film. Final enough that I’m making the trip up to Canada the first week of October to go through the last of the edits before the film heads into the balance of post-production spit and polish.
Holy shit, we’re close. And I’m humbled by, and proud of how it’s turning out. While I never completely gave up hope, there were many days, weeks, months that I figured the project and story would simply drift off for good like campfire smoke. Thankfully, like campfire smoke, its smell stayed in my clothes and brought me back around with fantastic, unexpected reminders.
Anyhow, thank you for your patience. Spread the word. Stay tuned.