Amazingly, this production was originally planned for twelve days of shooting, and we pulled it off in approximately nine and half days! Credit goes to our top-notch first assistant director Phil Worfel, our excellent director of photography Seth Stoltenow, and the efficiency of the entire crew. I'd love to sing the praises of each individual crew member here, but that would take a long, long time to get through. So I'll just say this: I would be thrilled to work with any of these fine artists and technicians on future projects. And the same goes for the film's incredibly talented cast -- particularly my co-leads/best friends Robert William Ford and Scott Merriman.
This was probably the smoothest production in which I've ever been involved. It was fun, it was productive, and it was highly rewarding.
Now comes the long post-production process, which will involve synchronizing video and audio, editing the film, color correction, sound design, and scoring. There's so much yet to be done, but a huge step has been completed.
Thank you again to everyone who has supported or worked on TWENTY YEARS LATER!