And that’s a wrap on Brotherly Love!
It’s been an intense three days filming this, and I can’t be happier to have been a part of it.
My friend Remy has put his everything into this short film, and I feel so incredibly blessed that he asked me to help out.
It was, as the saying goes, a labor of love. We had a very small cast and crew, which made for an intimate set. This was my first time meeting most of them, but they were all colleagues who’d gone to school together or worked in the industry together. So there was always a friendly air about the whole set. As a production assistant, at times I felt absolutely useless because everyone knew exactly what he or she was doing, exactly where everyone was, and everyone worked so well together I had absolutely nothing to do a lot of the time.
We all worked so hard to make Remy’s words, his ideas come to life on the screen. As someone on set said, “This is all going way too smoothly. What’s going to go wrong?”
I’m so excited to see the finished product.
And of course, we had to remember Sarah Jones. Never forget.
Final day of shooting! #brotherlylove
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