The Drift Announcement

Executive Bully, Darren Scales, introduces our latest project!

This is the first Drift Podcast. You can see all the Driftcasts here or subscribe on iTunes

Comments

6 Responses to “The Drift Announcement”

  1. jmsbk12345 on September 30th, 2011 1:38 pm

    [..YouTube..] I’m in Big Daz Bully Man. Johnny ‘Get your wet fish here’ Berry is ready when you are as far as actors are concerned. What sort of regions will you be shooting in? Actually I’m a huge Star Trek fan so if you are looking for Captain Blade Manvers or suchlike then I’m your man. Right now I’m studying the local Euclidean metrization of a K-fold contravariant tensor field. Yeah, engage!

  2. jmsbk12345 on September 30th, 2011 1:38 pm

    I’m in Big Daz Bully Man. Johnny ‘Get your wet fish here’ Berry is ready when you are as far as actors are concerned. What sort of regions will you be shooting in? Actually I’m a huge Star Trek fan so if you are looking for Captain Blade Manvers or suchlike then I’m your man. Right now I’m studying the local Euclidean metrization of a K-fold contravariant tensor field. Yeah, engage!

  3. Darren Scales Update – LSM Alumni Network on October 17th, 2011 3:27 pm

    [...] might be interested to know that I am producing a series of video diaries of the production process. As well as detailing the progress I also pass on my ‘wisdom’ of [...]

  4. Update: Autumn 2011 – LSM Alumni Network on October 18th, 2011 4:45 pm

    [...] Scales: You might be interested to know that I am producing a series of video diaries of the production process. As well as detailing the progress I also pass on my ‘wisdom’ of [...]

  5. Anton on July 20th, 2012 3:39 pm

    Some friendly advice:

    If you have all these people who are friends, family, or young professionals, and if you invest so much time building sets, and given the fact you have no location rental or stars, then why in heaven are you compressing the production into 2 weeks? Do you aspire to do only Roger Corman level B movie productions?

    Even a tight schedule requires 3 weeks. Ideally you need 30 full days to film a quality movie. Why don’t you film this over 1 or 2 months or even a year? What is the rush? One one hand you have all the advantages of not having expensive crews, on the other hand you are scheduling this as if you had a clock ticking. If I were you I would use the only real advantage one really does have in these small productions: TIME TO DO IT RIGHT.

    Personnally, also think that if Quality does not become the motto soon, then your entire directing career will drift into Z movie status. You can’t make good movies with sets alone.

  6. lismalumni on May 21st, 2013 7:08 am

    Featured on the Lincoln School of Media Network

Feel free to leave a comment...
and oh, if you want a pic to show with your comment, go get a gravatar!