In this episode we attempt to blow up a puppet… And start filming!
Thursday, August 21, 2014
Monday, August 18, 2014
This time around we take a peek at the auditions…
Originally we planned to use live actors, but then we came to our seances and decided to go with puppets. By then though we had started auditions.
We even found a couple new puppeteers through those auditions…
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Wednesday, August 13, 2014
Brian Woodman is a communications major that has kicked around different community newspapers since 1994. He has a lifelong love of horror films and his taste ranges from Alfred Hitchcock to grind house shlock.
There is an eight-year-old inside of him that still considers Godzilla to be the pinnacle of cinematic achievement. HEAD marks his first work on a feature film.
Saturday, August 9, 2014
Joe has been an Elmwood Productions writer, assistant, and contributor since 2007 when he started as an actor in the film "Steve the Vampire Works At A Grocery Store".
Even though he hasn't lived in CT since 2010, he continues to leave his mark on our scripts. For "Head", Joe was involved in the edit/revision process.
His other works both in front of and behind the camera includes: playing "Joe the Hunter" in "Steve the Vampire", as a nosey neighbor in "Josh and Todd: The Story of A Man and His Puppet", and creating and co-writing the upcoming film "Lake Peace".
Monday, August 4, 2014
Jim's been with Elmwood since almost the beginning, he has has played such
roles as Mom and Drac in "Steve the Vampire", Geoff in "G@mrz", and Tugger
in "Animal Behavior". He has directed numerous productions, including the feature length "Josh & Todd: a Story of a Man and his Puppet", with Jon Bristol.
He has also written for several Elmwood Productions, including the web series
"G@mrz" and "Steve the Vampire".
Jim is not a poet. Unless he is.
Jim is also active in the Connecticut theatre scene, acting and directing.