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Twin Reflex 

We spent 16 days in production on the 2nd and 3rd acts of Twin Reflex in January. It was thrilling to see the story come alive in the performances and the locations. Our team did an incredible job and we were able to do it all through the generous support of our backers on Kickstarter! Here are a few photos from the set:

Actress Emily Brooks gets in charactor for a tense scene.

Director David Altrogge takes a moment to method direct.

Prepping a scene with actors Jack Culbertson (Roy Cawl) and Henry Fodor (Dice)

Actors Jack Culbertson and Henry Fodor (reflection)

Shepherd Ahlers (1st Assistant Camera), Michael J. Hartnett (Director Of Photography), and Bingo O'Malley (Jonathan Crowe) doing a light check for one of the scenes of the film.

Our awesome cast and crew just after wrapping the final day of production! From left to right: Jen Thompson (Producer), John Miller (Sound), Shepherd Ahlers (1st Assistant Camera), Stephanie Dowdell (Wardrobe), Jocelyn Hartnett (Craft Services), Casey Cunningham (Actor) Michael J. Hartnett (Director Of Photography), Ronnie Desoto (1st Assistant Director), Jack Culbertson (Lead Actor), Alan Jaskiewicz (Gaffer), Ian Murphy (Executive Producer) and David Altrogge (Director).

Thank you Lydia Jane for the fantastic set photos! Check out another select set on her blog.

More updates will be posted as we get further along on the editing process!




Last week we wrapped shooting on the first act of our super top secret feature film. The energy and dedication of the crew was phenomenal, as were the performances by our actors. I can't say much about the story though since David made me swear on my living mothers grave not give anything away yet.

Beyond that, it's a real movie folks, and we can't wait to tell (show) you more.

To tide over your presumably intense curiosity I thought I would introduce to you one of our most valuable team members. Blogoshpere meet Casper; My trusty iPad, loaded with Chris Bayol's well designed DSLR Slate App.


As 1st Camera Assistant during production & one of the editors of this film on Post I am already loving the decision to integrate this into production for logging & audio syncing purposes. The DSLR slate app is well designed for use with any camera so it easily enhanced our F3 workflow.

A great feature allows you to incorporate a lot of information in a quick burst when marking a take. This helps with those long term memory issues. (What lens were we using on this shot again? So..who was the director again? Etc.)