“Play Me, I’m Yours Piano” is an international piano Installation by Luke Jerram which has traveled all around the world.
In the Summer of 2012, 41 Pianos, representing 41 Pan American Countries, were designed by 41 artists and installed in 41 locations around the Greater Toronto, Canada Area.
In 2012, we had an opportunity to shoot a documentary based on this installation throughout the City of Toronto, Canada. Our film crew with a local well known composer, piano player challenged themselves to play AND film all of the 41 Pianos. Day or Night. Rain or Shine.
Sometimes an arduous task. Many of the pianos were damaged, removed, or missing keys. But, in the end, our film team completed the challenge with entertaining results. Now we need your help. We need ‘Completion Funding’ and funding to create Awareness and Marketing for our Film which will hopefully see it’s Premiere the week before or during the 2015 Pan Am/Parapan Games July 10-26.
If you’d like to donate and get your name in the Credits, Please email us for more info!
Even though there’s still snow on my terrace from two days of winter’s last gasp, I wish you all a very Happy 1st Day of Spring.
I was reading a few blogs this morning and came across an article from AwardsLine.com, a site I visited for the first time today. I almost didn’t read it due to the landing page style. Then I realized it was a feature site dedicated to this years Oscars. When you click through you’ll find some interesting Q&A’s with key creative directors, producers and stars such as: Anthony Hopkins, Hugh Jackman, Grant Heslov and Kathleen Kennedy from this years 85th Annual Academy Award® nominated films.
The article was a snapshot of how the nominated directors envisioned their ideas, but more so, some of the hoops they had to go through to bring their film to life.
Quvenzhané Wallis and Dwight Henry Show Their Strengths in “Beasts of the Southern Wild” by director Benh Zeitlin
One of our favorite “indie” screenwriters Shannonn Kelly is trying to finish 3 feature scripts before the end of 2012. That’s a big challenge she’s given herself, but we want to cheer her on. Here’s some latest feedback on “He Wore Blue” a modern suspenseful crime drama.
We asked Shannonn a question.
Q: What was your inspiration for this latest feature script “He Wore Blue”?
A: “I have some pretty awesomely talented FaceBook friends. Among them, two in particular are well known actors. I wanted to see them both in a film together, so I wrote a script for them.
Often, I’m inspired by an actor or an acting performance which compels me to write a script specifically for them. Those scripts generally get written quicker because the inspiration of their talent pushes me to completion faster than a script I have to do a lot of research on.”
We’re pleased to announce the latest news for our Feature Screenplay ‘The Brothers McDonagh’, written by Shannonn Kelly. Today, Woods Hole Film Festival in Cape Cod, MA, announced its screenplay winners and ‘The Brothers McDonagh’, scored an ‘Honorable Mention’ in the Drama category. Woods Hole is a veteran film festival in the industry for 19 years and winning a place here is indeed an honor.