“Blood Ride” Movie Premiere

Exciting news about the feature film “Blood Ride” (directed by Melanie Aitkenhead, Produced by  Rabbit Bandini Productions) will have its World Premiere October 22, 2017 (tomorrow night) at the #BetterHorror Nightmares Film Festival in Columbus, Ohio. 

If you are in the area, you can get your tickets here!!

Tickets for premiere

In anticipation for the film, our DP Eitan Almagor shared some exciting images from the film. I wish I could be with the cast and crew in Ohio tonight but I’m currently on assignment in another state. Have a look at the images and if you are in Columbus, OH tonight, I hope you enjoy the film.

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Stay tuned for other updates about this film and other projects I’ve worked on. Make sure you subscribe and like my page for future updates.

#MakeMovies!

~Douglas

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“Parallel Chords” Funding Campaign

Hey Family and Friends!! The feature film “Parallel Chords” is looking for at least 500 followers for the #hometownheroes National Campaign that focuses on utilizing local resources, and supporting diversity in front of and behind the scenes!

Please go to the link below. Please create an account and follow us. The funding is optional though GREATLY appreciated!

Why do free follows matter?
In this contest if we hit a certain number of follows, Seed & Spark will consider releasing their own funds to support some films.
Why is now important? We have many days left!
The sooner we do well, the sooner we are bumped to the top of the page, with more traffic. And like a house on the market – there is perceived value added to projects that start strong (or at this point – climb steadily).

WE NEED YOUR HELP!! SO PLEASE HELP!!! LOVE YOU!

———> www.seedandspark.com/fund/parallelchords <———

Also like our Facebook page to keep track of all updates!!

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A young violinist struggles to assert her individuality amidst the intense pressure of her pianist father, and the weight of her own musical ability.

Until next time, Be Blessed and Be Creative!

~Douglas

New Poster, New Movie Title!!

So on a previous blog I was telling you about this project called “Followers” and I can now announce that the film has a new name and a movie poster!!

“Finders Keepers” is the new name of the film and our Director Danny LeGare released 2 different posters for the movie! Which one do you like?

Go to our Facebook page and let us know what you think. Don’t forget to like the page for all the movie updates!!

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That’s all for now, just a quick update. I have to play catch up on the blog but I’ll do that later. No information on when this movie is coming out but I know Danny is working the magic and it will be out eventually!

Until next time! #MakeMovies and Be Blessed!

~Douglas

That’s a wrap on “I am That Man”

What’s up world!

Allow me to catch you up on what’s been going on in my world. Over the past 3 months, I’ve been in Hollywood making movies! This first project, I got a call from the homie Frederick asking me to come 2nd AD for him. He was telling me he had a project he was trying to 1st and wanted to see if I could 2nd for him. I was like of course! Its been a couple of years since I last worked in LA, so I jump at the chance to do this even though I really don’t like 2nd AD’ing. I really enjoy being on set a million time more then 2nd’ing.

 

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Struggling to come to terms with the break-up of his marriage and his reintegration into civilian life, former Navy SEAL John Beckett contemplates returning to what he knows best, war. When a close friend is brutally murdered in a racially motivated attack, Beckett calls upon his specialized military skills to find the perpetrators and bring them to justice. Has he found a new sense of purpose, or will this be his last mission?

After flying out and meeting the team attached to this project, I really was happy to be involved in this project. Matthew Marsden (Director) and all the Producers were a joy to work with. I’m not saying my first film in LA was horrible but we had a producer steal money and delay the project plus a ton of other problems. So coming to this I was a bit apprehensive but once I met the team, I know this would be the complete opposite. And I was thankful for that.

I wasn’t on set that much for this project. I was mainly in base camp but our wonderful producers took a boat load of pictures. So check out some of the BTS from this project.

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Photography Pics

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That’s all for now. Until next time be blessed and #MakeMovies!

~Douglas

“My Brother’s Keeper” poster

Every now and then I log on to Facebook and I’m hit with an awesome surprise. This time it is from a short film I just worked on October. The poster looks wonderful and I can’t wait to see the movie!! Props to everyone involved!

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Be sure to follow our fan page for updates about the film on Facebook. Look out for announcements in the near future!

~Douglas

Grandpa’s Psycho Movie Premier!!

Exciting news everyone! So a film I First AD’d the end of last year recently had a premier in Connecticut. I really wish I could have went up there for the premier to see the film and see the cast and crew but I’m working in another state and just didn’t have enough time. But the show must go on and it did.

A little bit about the film. “Grandpa’s Psycho” is a dark and gritty psychological thriller that explores one small town man’s need to purify the world of sin, one sinner at a time. His medieval and brutal cleansing process directly contradicts the devotion he has for his granddaughter. Tension builds as we discover secrets surrounding the psychotic behavior of this quaint god fearing little town. – Written by Blackhole Films

But let’s rewind back to the beginning. I just realized I haven’t dedicated a full blog about this project yet. I usually don’t post blogs until the movie comes out and since I’ve switched to independent films and not currently working on studio projects, I kind of forget to blog about them when I am allowed too because it’s literally like 2 or 3 years before you see some of my projects I work on.

So anyway, I meet the director Danny LeGare April 2013 on a film now called “Suicide for Beginners” and we’ve kept in contact ever since then and he sent a text and asked if I was busy in two weeks. I happened to be free and two weeks later I was in Connecticut making a movie! And besides it being near freezing temperatures the whole time I was there and my big toe almost falling off because it was so cold, I really had a great time making this movie. Everyone who was attached to this film was fantastic. From the Producer, Director to the PA’s. Everyone one rocked!

It was a wonderful experience and I am proud to announce that the theatrical release of our new feature film starting on June 26th at the Parkade Cinemas in Manchester, CT.  The film will run for 2 weeks. If you are around the area go see and support this film.

Press video from the movie premier.

Check out some pictures I took from set, personal photography and the premier of the film.

From the set of “Grandpa’s Psycho”

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Personal Photography

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Premier Party

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Premiere Photos provided by: Kvonphotography.com

Addition photos can be seen on Grandpa Psycho’s FaceBook Page!

Until the next update Cheers and Make Movies!

~Douglas