I originally had planned to post this last month, but with everything else going on in the world, it didn’t seem appropriate at the time. My reasoning for a June post on this was because June 5 marked five years since filming began on the short film Four Thousand Wings.
The film is just shy of 10 minutes. I hope you enjoy it.
A little bit of background:
It was also the first time I had to handle editing, color correction/grading, sound design/foley, score… basically all post-production. You can probably tell it was my first time doing all of that stuff, but hey, you gotta start somewhere, right? It was definitely a learning experience, but it was fun.
Other than the very last scene, the whole production was handled by four people: Adam Davila, Nick Patterson (RIP), Eric Hoehn, and myself.
We filmed it over the weekend at the historic St. James Hotel in Selma. Here’s a blog post I wrote after that weekend with our schedule and some behind-the-scenes pics.
The story is based on a dream I had. It’s also the first official Terrible Master Films production.
Thanks for watching/reading.