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    May 22nd, 2012 @ 8:44 am by Kevin

    We had a bit of a crazy weekend due to a series of technical glitches, but we still managed to lock picture on Hellbound? pretty much on schedule.

    In case you don’t know what “picture lock” means, theoretically, this is the point beyond which the edit cannot change. It’s necessary to lock picture so our sound designer and composer can score directly to the picture. I say “theoretically,” because there’s nothing really stopping me from making changes after this point, but if I do, it’s going to cause massive delays and lots of money. So from here on out, I’m pretty much sitting on my hands in terms of any additional tweaks I want to make–although we can slightly adjust some on-screen elements as long as they don’t affect the length of the picture.

    In addition to composing the score and doing sound design, we will also be doing color correction, preparing screeners for exhibitors, creating our theatrical trailer, press kit, and so on. The work never stops.

    Meanwhile, my co-producer David Rempel and I will also be jetting back and forth to promote the film at various festivals across North America.

    A quick reminder that you can demand the movie in your city. We are also looking for ambassadors who will help us with film promotion online and on the ground. If you’re interested, please let us know.

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