2011 Feature Film shot in Camden, ME
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So it begins!

Sometime last winter, we realized that together we had all the pieces to make this film: a story, a spectacular landscape, and an incredible network of support and know-how. Every day presented a new meeting or information that propelled us forward – everything felt like a sign, as though the universe was trying to tell us something (the only day we could all convene for our first scheduled camera test just happened to be the night of the SUPERMOON)!

So now we are listening to the signs, and choosing to interpret them this way: shooting our first feature film in the exquisite town of Camden, Maine in the summer of 2011. We invite you to follow us as we share the process with you. This blog will track the adventure of our adventure: A group of women—theatre artists with varying interest and experience in film— joining together to make work out of mutual admiration and respect for our diverse talents.

We are at the beginning, here, and we hope in documenting this journey we can be both a resource to those who are learning to make films, and a support (and maybe inspiration) for those who desire to strike out on their own in the world, beating their own path rather than waiting for the knock on the door.

2 comments

1 pam { 03.30.11 at 3:57 pm }

If all the shots are as still and provocative as the faucet above, I will love this movie. I think I’ll probably love it anyway, but already I want to come into this room and spend time with whoever’s in it.

You had an idea–and how far you’ve already come with it. Can’t wait to see where you’ll be in another few months. !

2 Waliyah { 05.01.11 at 8:48 pm }

This is so exciting! Your ideas are great, best wishes through each step of the journey. Count me in as a member (of the undoubtedly growing) fan base that this project is already attracting.
Caroline, Caitlin and the entire project team, keep up the great work ; we can’t wait to see the final product.
Kudos to you all for the many months that you’re investing on this considerably work intensive but oh so worthwhile process.

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