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    April 13th, 2012 @ 8:43 am by Kevin

    Silence on the blog is usually a good indication I'm deeply involved in some aspect of the post-production process. These past few days it's been watching and re-watching the first 58 minutes of the film and then compiling a list of cuts and notes for my editor. Refining the cut is always an emotional process. Typically what I'll do is assemble a section and then send it off to Simon (editor) so he can do his magic. Whenever I hit the "send" button, it's usually with a feeling of elation, because I've finally nailed a segment that I've been struggling to

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    March 30th, 2012 @ 7:36 am by Kevin

    We've had a tough time figuring out how to better organize the resources on that page, especially the books, seeing as there are so many of them. At first I thought it would be okay to leave things a little random, with the newer additions near the top so that people might stumble across something they might not read otherwise. But yesterday we decided the simplest thing to do was put them in alphabetical order according to the last name of the author. So take a look. We added some new books yesterday as well. And if you

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    March 22nd, 2012 @ 10:39 am by Kevin

    Filmmaking is such a difficult process that I'm a big advocate of taking a moment to celebrate every milestone, no matter how fleeting that moment may be. So while I was quite busy yesterday dealing with bugs on the web site, firing out our press release and responding to queries (while simultaneously packing and traveling to the Okanagan with my family), I made sure to steal a bit of time to merely bask in the glow of accomplishment. We made something, and we shared it with the world. And a lot of people liked it. There's no better feeling than

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