Wrapped Season III of THE MURDOCH MYSTERIES in an old mansion turned museum in Belleville Ontario. It played as a 'haunted house' and added a ton of production value. We topped last year's robot with a travelling raygun. Also, Chinatown. Pictures will be posted soon.
Went to camera on season III of THE MURDOCH MYSTERIES. A few changes and improvements along the way. One big change was relocating the studio to Etobicoke. Sad as we previously had filmed in 629 Eastern Avenue which closed down at the end of 2008.
Finished historian Alan Skeoch's website. The aim was to keep it simple which I did. Over a thousand photos on the site and there still are a thousand more waiting to go. Man he's got a lot of stuff.
CAMILLE, a quirky feature I did in 2006 starring Sienna Miler and James Franco has a website. Funny, I don't seem to recall it being released either in theatres or on DVD, but it has a website. With a trailer!
CHLOE'S wrap coincides with the return of spring, which is very appropriate. Despite what happened, it was a tremendous experience to say the least. I feel incredibly happy to have been a part of this project.
Looking forward to finishing off some projects that were put on the shelf this winter. A website for Historian and period prop proprietor Alan Skeoch being just one.
Went to camera this month on Atom Egoyan's CHLOE. Everything about this project is fantastic from the production team and cast right down to the production offices.
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