Long story short, we’re all moved. With 12 people (thanks to all of you) helping out, and 5 vehicles running, we were moved in less than 6 hours. Beer and pizza was being ingested at 5:30pm. It was great.
My cat, Lex, is still freaked out and there is much unpacking to be done, but it’s all here.
Movie shooting this weekend is supposedly going to finish the whole front end… then begins the post (of which I’m not involved in). We shot at the Halifax Courthouse last weekend. That was a pretty cool shoot. If you didn’t catch my tweets from in the courtroom, it was a very cool experience and adds some nice production value to the project.
Until next time, I’ve got some boxes to unpack!
I’ve decided that “burning the candle at both ends” doesn’t quite describe my current situation. The candle is long since spent. The only thing left is the little black piece of thread that once held the wax together. That is all that remains burning.
I worked a gruelling 13 hour day yesterday that ended at 4am. I got home at 5am. I have to be on set for CENTRE CIRCLE at 8am, which means catching a bus at 7am, which means that since it’s now 630am, I’m almost running late. I calculate that before I sleep, I’ll have been up 39 hours straight! Sweet, eh?
Today we shoot at the courthouse. This should be fun. After the courthouse, we’re going to Shearwater to shoot the outdoor arena scene. After that, I’m going back to work at the Oasis where I will have the privilege of closing all over again. Don’t worry, Halifax… I’m not complaining. If I didn’t love making movies and working at the Oasis, I’d just cut one. This is not a complaint. Just an update.
As previously mentioned, however, I’ve got to go. Busses to catch, movies to make, beers to push onto others.
Did an ad for the Open Mic @ the Oasis. It’s coming back. Tuesdays starting September 7th, 2010. From 9pm to midnight. You should go! I’ll get the facebook event made soon.
I’m also shooting a movie. I landed a principal role in a short film called “Center Circle”. It’s a comedy about 3 friends who try and take street hockey to a professional level. I play the washed up ex-Moosehead hockey player who’s the captain of the team.
I will try to keep this blog more up to date. Funny that the more I have on my plate, the more I want to tell you what’s going on, yet the less time I have to do it. IRONY.
On a personal note, I’m moving at the end of this month. Want to help me move? (Staying in Dartmouth, just relocating.)