After spending many weekends on storyboards, we finally finished last weekend. I think we have around 300-400 shots drawn for the whole movie (which is actually not much considering it's a 100 minute long movie). Now we're finally moving on to scheduling the shoot. The longest we can shoot is 3 weeks, starting June 12 and ending July 3. I'm hoping that we will finish faster than that, but I should have a better idea about that once we've scheduled the rest of the movie.
And in other news, Neil Grochmal has officially signed on as our director of photography! He'll be coming from Norfolk to light and shoot the movie. We're excited to have him on the team and see what he can bring to the film!
Less than two months until the camera rolls!