It sounds silly, and it's not meant to be easy, after all, a day is a day right? Well, kinda. A day on set is way more important than an office day in the eyes of the DGA. Or at least that's the feeling I get.
A really strict confidentiality agreement prevents me from spilling the beans regarding this finished project, but what I can say is that it was a lot of work, stressful, but fun. Doing a feature film in 18 days is a bit like trying to run a marathon without stopping for water. Despite the difficulties, meeting a ton of really awesome people who all had some really cool stories and tips to share made it well worth the effort.
Where to next? Just got booked for a four day reality tv show shoot in north Alabama. We'll see how that goes. Hopefully I'll get some more days to scratch off.
10:4. Switching back to channel 1.