Added by Phil McCoy on January 4, 2013 at 11:00am — No Comments
This is a Project London behind the scenes featurette! It details how we brought The Goose, the featured lifter in the movie, to life. The Goose started out as a Vietnam War era Choctaw Helicopter that we shot in a hanger at Paine Field (Everett, WA). But that was only the…Continue
Added by Phil McCoy on December 9, 2012 at 3:00pm — No Comments
Monday, December 3rd was a fabulous evening and the night that the Cast + Crew got to see a finally finished, Project London. My heart was overflowing with gratitude to be able to thank everyone who helped us finish this labor of love. The text of my speech (see link to download PDF below) was concise, but it still took three pages to recognize, thank everyone and express my sincere appreciation for all the hard…Continue
Added by Phil McCoy on December 7, 2012 at 11:00pm — No Comments
Project London, perhaps the most ambitious almost-no-budget effects movie ever attempted, is done! It's finished! And now you can help us help you enjoy this…Continue
Added by Phil McCoy on December 5, 2012 at 11:30am — No Comments
This has been the number one question coming at us for some time now. I am very pleased to report that a RELEASE ANNOUNCEMENT is coming within days. You will soon be able to purchase DVD's, Blu-ray Disks, the Soundtrack Album and more. As soon as the final details have been worked out, we'll be announcing and releasing the Kickstarter Campaign to raise the minimum amount necessary to master, author and replicate the disks.
Along with the Release Announcement, we are…Continue
Let me just say: RAD.
So this past Saturday, while I was at the 2012 San diego Comic-Con, I had the incredible privilege to attend the Sneak Preview screening of Project London.
There were more than 100 victims people present at the event. Some of those people arrived early in expectation of the film which was screening after ours. But during the course of the film, these unsuspecting attendees quickly became…Continue
(L to R: Wes and Kyle mixing in Room D at Clatter & Din)
I'm writing this while sitting in the studio at Clatter & Din with Kyle Kramer and Wesley Slover as they work to finalize the soundtrack mix for Project London. This is easily one of my most favorite parts of filmmaking because you get…Continue
Added by Phil McCoy on June 24, 2012 at 2:00pm — No Comments
We are getting ready to make an announcement about a sneak peak of a FINISHED Project London! If you want to be the first to hear about it, you gotta be on our email list. You know what to do.
Since we first started…Continue
Added by Ian Hubert on June 18, 2012 at 9:00pm — No Comments
It's been awhile since we talked. Sorry about that. We've been immensely busy, dealing with crashed edit systems and laptops, ramping up color correction and the final work on the soundtrack. And today, I'm really pleased to say that we are making great progress to finish the movie!
On the color correction side of things, Barry Gregg…Continue
Added by Phil McCoy on June 1, 2012 at 11:18am — No Comments
The edit system is working again! I've output uncompressed AVI files for Barry Gregg and will be meeting him at Starbucks in Edmonds (Washington, USA) in a couple hours to hand him a 2TB hard drive with the movie, Spiral's Blackmagic Design Ultrascope, and our best wishes for a efficient and fun color correction. Yeah! Big step.
Getting that edit system repaired (again) was frustrating and time…Continue
Added by Phil McCoy on April 1, 2012 at 1:00pm — No Comments
Dang nab it. We were chugging along and then crash. The little battery on the edit system motherboard needed replacing, so I replaced it. But in the process of removing and replacing the Blackmagic card to gain access and replace the little battery, the card was fried. So dang. We have a replacement Blackmagic card on order. It should be here…Continue
Added by Phil McCoy on February 27, 2012 at 12:24pm — No Comments
Added by Phil McCoy on February 17, 2012 at 4:39pm — No Comments
The Triumvirate dined with Kevin Slover last night at Racha Thai Cuisine in Woodinville. It was a delicious evening and it was great getting to know Kevin. His nephew, Wes (soundtrack composer) joined us and our wide ranging conversation touched on the genesis of Project…Continue
When I was younger I thought all cities were the same size. All down-towns just a mile or two across, surrounded by endless suburbs. But man! After growing older and seeing a few more cities I realized: Seattle is tiny!
It's hard to go somewhere in Seattle and not bump into a place we filmed…Continue
Added by Ian Hubert on February 5, 2012 at 8:35am — No Comments
Whew! You don't composite almost a thousand shots for a film without learning a few tricks! I learned a lot of time-saving techniques over the course of the past few years, and wanted to show you guys one of the cooler (though not as universally practical) ones; how to make some clouds and environments look 3d!
I was SUPER out of it when I recorded this (I didn't realize how out of it till later in the day, when I tried to interact with actual people), but I…Continue
Added by Ian Hubert on January 18, 2012 at 12:09pm — No Comments
To everyone who contributed to and supported our recent campaign:
On behalf of Nathan, Ian, the cast and crew, and myself, I want to thank you from the bottom of my heart for your support of Project London. We aren’t going to let the fact that we didn’t achieve our fundraising goal slow us down. We are going to press on and finish Project London as quickly as we can.
Have no fear, all the…Continue
Added by Phil McCoy on November 30, 2011 at 10:55pm — No Comments
Added by Phil McCoy on November 18, 2011 at 3:30pm — No Comments
Project London Blender Artist, Nathan Taylor, talks about his involvement with Project London and provides a detailed breakdown of a couple visual effects where he actually has a cameo in the movie. Very revealing. Very interesting. Very cool.
You can help us finish Project London by making a contribution and/or sharing this video and our campaign:…Continue
Added by Phil McCoy on November 15, 2011 at 11:00am — No Comments
What is your name?
My Drivers License says it's Bradley Alan Notman
How old are you and why?
According to previously mentioned Drivers License, and other nomenclature, I was born on January 20, 1962. So, if…
After years of people asking when the trailer was gonna be released, we slipped it out kinda quietly as part of the fundraising campaign—but there's a lot of cool stuff going on in there.Continue
Added by Ian Hubert on November 3, 2011 at 10:00am — No Comments