Another big snow filled day. All types of fun and wet feet. Today featured Bill as a Wizard!
This day I mastered the art of making snow look untouched. When you watch the film please pay attention to the natural smoothness of pure white snow around the rose.
We had lunch in the cabin, home made veggie chilli, hot chocolate, fresh bread, putin and deep thought.
Again, Kirstin was awesome dealing with the cold wet snow.
The film is “A Wish Where the Wind Once Blew”, a short film dealing, through metaphore, for Cystic Fibrosis. The film will premier at the 65 Red Roses Fundraiser in New Westminster on February 11. Three local musicians will also be preforming that night. Definitely something worth checking out.
Manning Park. Early afternoon. Bright and sunny (Not the weather we wanted). Not that cold (If you’re wearing four layers). Beautiful (Very).
The very opening scenes of the film were shot that day. The lone actor, Kirstin, did an amazing job despite being dressed as a fairy in the wintery wonderland.
She was cold. We put in our best efforts to keep her warm.
Other challenges were the birds.
All in all it was a very good day (And a lot of fun!)
Just a reminder, the project is “A Wish Where the Wind Once Blew” which is a short film about a fairy who’s wings are breaking down. The film is to be shown at the 65 Red Roses Gala on February 11 2011. It is sponsored in part by the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. For more information please visit www.saffronfairy.com