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This is Part of the Lost in Zombieville Production Diaries. They are a series of short behind the scenes documentaries that ...
are meant to show what goes on to create a film using 16mm.
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Male: Hi and welcome!
Male: What are we going to be doing today Andrew?
Male: Today we are going to visit the land of make believe.
Male: This is the camera. Can one of you guys bring over those two boxes?
Male: What scenes are we doing today?
Male: Today we are doing all of madman scenes and everything in here basically. Everything indoors.
Male: Is it all address in this room?
Male: It will all be in this room.
Male: Yes, no rent.
Female: How was it working in the Red Valley?
Male: All right. Why do we not reduce to a quick run through? It does not really have to be like full rehearse over is it a good idea?
Male: So, I am easy and understand the collar in this one which is good.
Male: Can I see this?
Male: I think we are going to use that.
Male: Okay great on.
Male: Let me just go over and I will show you guys where we are going to shoot and what is going to happen this day.
Male: You are going to walk around here and you are going to go over here, and you are going to stay on. That is all.
Male: So we will walk all around here.
Male: This is the door, and you actually going to—you cannot get in there.
Male: So you are going to pretend [Voice Overlap]
Male: And then you enter over there and that is our scene. Okay? All right.
Male: Hey chief.
Male: How long has she been in there?
Male: In awhile.
Male: She has been pretty quiet.
Male: She has been pretty quiet though.
Male: When you walk in—
Male: Actually, why not? I originally had it that you came in with them.
Male: Okay, that is fine.
Male: But, we can—yes, this is okay because—
Male: You have file and you just take the file.
Male: How about you just sit in there and you are watching. You know what I mean, like you kind of do not—when you walk by you do not even kind of look at him. You see him every morning. You guys see each other every morning. So it is kind of like—
Male: No good morning.
Male: Son of a bitch. See how it is.
Male: Exactly. So you walk in and that is the scene so we will try that again.
Male: You need something?
Male: Why do you need my head?
Male I did not like that at all.
Male: What was the hat for?
Male: That hat is to give the fairies hot hair. Anybody else had a hat?
Male: Back in my apartment. I am making hat.
Male: Cowboy hat.
Female: So you got really bad hair actually.
Female: They are really bad putting all those crap in it.
Female: This is perfect.
Female: I am so excited I like it. I am sticky but.
Male: Let us take the shot?
Female: Zombieville scene 2, take one.
Male: All right, it is early in the morning guys and action. Cut, that is perfect.
Male: I am sure he had done a better job, I know it.
Male: Camera. You do not want to be here and action.
Male: Hey chief!
Male: How long has she been there?
Male: She had been pretty quiet though.
Male: Cut! How was that? All right guys, dinner is here. So we got some food and how long is our break?
Female: I do not know.
Male: Half an hour. Be back here.
Male: Who is in the other room?
Female: You have until 10:04.
Male: Good job guys.
Male: Okay everybody make a bite. Take a bite.
Male: That was good for the night.
Male: Hey, what is this? What happened here?
Male: Nothing? Well, I probably should not reveal what room we are in right now because you have to find out supposed to be but we are going to make it look exactly like it came to—you can put this camera down and help everybody.