Sunday, April 11, 2010

It's a wrap!

A few photos I took on the day of the shoot. Too tired to write. More to come....

I'm still too tired to write but I'll try. I believe the cast and crew did a great job. Jerry is a fantastic director! The acting was spot on. As a producer I made a lot of mistakes but as a set designer I believe I came through for the project. My fake pile of grave dirt looked real on camera.

I pushed myself to the breaking point on this movie. I can't do that anymore or I'll ruin my health making these movies. This week I need to raise money to pay everyone on this movie.

I hope I can raise enough money to give everyone a bonus.

Thank you to everyone that was part of Walking the Graveyard. Desiree, Jerry, Laura and Jason thanks for your hard work. I'll put the names of the crew up soon. I would like to thank the crew for your trust in me. Thanks again!


Désirée said...

I wished I've been there to see and learn.

I've read scriptwriters should stay of the set because they make the actors nervous though.

Everything is so amazing!

Now, get some rest, Robert.

Will it be Jerry going the cutting (right term I hope, sounded very brutal to me), or you, or X?

Robert A Vollrath said...


Jerry will be editing the movie.

I didn't see most of the shooting in the house. The house was too small for another person to fit inside. I shot a little behind the scene interview with Jerry that I'll post soon.

I think it will be a great movie.
Your script was wonderful.
All I can say is I gave it my all.

Désirée said...

"Editing" Thank you. The word slipped my mind.

Robert A Vollrath said...

I'm amazed that anyone can learn a second language as I forgot English after my wreak for minutes at a time.

Words don't just slip my mind but as late as 2002 everything would slip my mind.

I stayed off and away from the set as not to get in the directors way.

The movie for me was a month of hard work and 48 hours of mind numbing work that I'm still hurting from.

Joan Sandford-Cook said...

Thanks for all the photos of the film shoot. It must have been fun - as well as quite stressful all at the same time.

Robert A Vollrath said...

So glad I didn't direct this one. I'm directing the next movie I produce.