A little taste from the set today. Carrie Baker Reynolds (Denise), Hope Davis (Cheryl) and Ezra Miller get to working with some baking, carrying and eventually eating. I hope there is some left for me. Whilst the actors got to be indulgent some of those on set got cosy with
The phoenix crane is rather soothing don’t you think? The stills photographer not so much. But at least his energy is up, Wednesday’s can either make you or break you. One can either run out of steam in the wait for the second wind, or look dead ahead to the
Jan and Raymond keep it low key. (If you appear relaxed, then the crew will be relaxed, at least I think that is the idea). I just ran across this fabulous photo. Jannie Jan did me the honor of posting a portrait of Ezra Miller I took last Friday and
Today the family has been broken up. We have been split into a main crew and a splinter unit, who are picking up all the lose ends and doing all the exciting driving stunts. It would appear that a little of the daredevil may have rubbed off on the crew…
Above is an old photo of the original schoolhouse on City Island. For the opening montage introducing the island, I’m looking for home movie footage or stills that show the place in period, like above. If anybody reading has anything to contribute leave a comment and we’ll get in touch.
Let the bright lights speak for themselves. It has been a long old night and we are still going at 04:08am and we shall continue right on through til morning, like Peter Pan.We have had Empanadas courtesy of the dexterous Jackie and Ice-cream courtesy of Joe. There was quite an
I have been on a mission for archival footage and home videos of City Island for the past couple of days. The search is starting to reveal some treasures, like this beautiful antique box from Tex, a lovely lady two doors from our set house, who persuaded her niece to
Andy and Steven appear to be growing ever more comfortable…This is one happy household. Cecelia Bee