The editing process is long. Sometimes tedious. But oh so rewarding. I've learned so much during the editing process. Being the one who edited my film I have learned valuable lessons that I can take with me when it is time to direct my next film. One of the things my dad taught me when this whole process began is don't dwell on the mistakes. Making mistakes and learning from them is what will make you a better film maker going forward.
This past weekend I filmed my 6 second film to be entered in Fear the Crypt's 6 Second Scare Contest. I am very pleased with how it turned out. I posted it last night and was beyond excited when Eli Roth re-tweeted, re-vined, and favorited my entry. If you would like to check it out you can do so by clicking here. It would be amazing if I was one of the winners.
The past month I have had several meetings and received a lot of interest in Carver. I think there are going to be many options open to me once the screener is completed and ready to ship out to potential distributors.
It has been a whirlwind since the trailer launched about a month ago and the momentum keeps building. I am so thankful to everyone who has helped me get to this point. It is important that the horror genre has a strong feminine voice going forward. I will be one of those voices.
I get asked a lot when Carver is coming out. I wish I had an exact release date but I don't. I can tell you that after the color grading and correction is completed this week that moves us one step closer to releasing the film. I just ask you to be patient just a little while longer. You will not be disappointed.