Monthly Archives: August 2011
A few frame-grabs from Saturday’s shoot with National Radio Talk show host Mike Gallagher playing the part of John Stavers, innkeeper of the Earl of Halifax tavern. We also are beginning to introduce animals in this episode (sheep, horses) and we’re doing it in measured numbers until we can manage a herd. This guy behind me (Mr. Ed) did NOT like my performance. He kept turning his rear towards the camera and covering Allen Marsh (“Abraham Foxe”) and I in dirt. Continue Reading »
Sometimes the light is just right and you’ve got funny guys like Daved Wilkins and Pat Finnerty around, so you just have them do a quick promo.
Sorry. Apologies. Didn’t mean to hold up the shoot.
You can watch it here.
Well, I have some tough roles to play today — literally. I have to be Silas Rhodes, 18th century justice of the peace, in at least 3 scenes, so I don’t have much time to blog, but I do want you to know you can now watch “Courage” on your computer screen.
Tell your friends that this is how it’s done.
And while you’re here, check out these great blogs about the production.
And here’s a picture of a fat, gray haired farmer outstanding in his field:
Today we’re going to wander on back to the summer of 1770, and visit an era with a decidedly different system of justice. Our story begins with two criminals, one convicted of burglary and another of counterfeiting. Both could have resulted in a death sentence, but in many instances burglars had a “B” branded on their foreheads and thieves had a “T” branded on their hands.
After a little debate, we decided to loosely re-create the death sentence of a woman convicted in England for
Great, Long Day of shooting! I think I turned in around 1:30 or so in the morning…
We finished the first day of principal photography for Courage, New Hampshire – Episode 2, “The Sons of Liberty” yesterday. We should be uploading a video blog from the set today, so watch here for more news — including an exciting new way of watching Courage. Stay tuned — and tell your friends!
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