In true independent film maker fashion, everyone that said they would help me on this film project, has, for one reason or another, abandoned me and this project. So, the filming schedule, and direction of the filming has changed.
Filming of each episode will now happen over a 48-hour period, in two (2) consecutive days of filming. Editing will continue being scheduled as needed.
It means that most, if not all scenes will be shot in 1, maybe 2 takes, and in sequence. Yeah, we are fully aware of the challenges that will create, but that's what will make this film project so unique.
We have identified several new filming locations that are within closer proximity to the actual region of the story line to help lend that "authentic filming location" energy to the film.
We are also looking for new talent to work with. We have streamlined our storyline to include just a handful of characters. We feel this will help aid in plot continuity. This is why we are looking for someone that truly "gets" what we're trying to accomplish with this project, and hopefully wants to continue working with us on creating future episodes.
How to Apply! It's easy. Just go to our CONTACT PAGE and follow the on-screen instructions. Once we have reviewed our candidate options, they will receive an invitation to attend an open casting call/production meeting in the coming weeks that will only be scheduled for one (1) day. Miss it, and you miss the opportunity to work with us.
All candidates must clearly understand that this will be a casting call for the 2 MAIN ROLES in an INDEPENDENT FILM that will be UNPAID. As we progress, we hope to acquire some kind of financial support, and at that point we will present a very lucrative offer to all filming participants.
Frozen Leaf Media presents, "Welcome to Clay City, WA". A series of independent short films from creator David Chris, about a small, rural town with a big history that time is trying to erase. That is until someone found an old wooden box that mysteriously contained a collection of old postcards that seem to want to tell a story bigger than the words written on them.