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First day of filming
Larry and Dave
 ﷯Filmmaker Lawrence Blume was named one of the "Ten Rising Stars of Comedy" by the Hollywood Reporter for Martin & Orloff, which premiered at the 2002 U.S. Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen. He has also directed “Tiger Eyes” an adaptation of the bestselling novel by Judy Blume (2012), "To Walk A City's Street," a science fiction thriller (Sci-Fi channel, 2004), and "Otherwise Known As Sheila The Great" (ABC Television). He is currently directing “Under The Black Sun,” a psycho-sexual thriller. Lawrence has worked as a production consultant ("Who Killed The Electric Car," "TransAmerica"), sound designer and film editor and was the founder/co-owner of PostWorks, New York's largest post-production company.
Matt Walsh
WRITER
Ian Roberts
WRITER
Katie Roberts
WRITER
﷯Spirit Award nominee for Producer of the Year, Gill Holland has worked on more than 70 films, including Sundance faves FLOW: For Love of Water, SPRING FORWARD, LOGGERHEADS, Sundance triple winner HURRICANE STREETS, the FOX sitcom GREG THE BUNNY, the Spirit Award winner and first carbon-neutral independent film SWEETLAND, Al Gore’s 2008 Reel Current Award winning doc MOUNTAIN TOP REMOVAL, and the Emmy-nominated doc DEAR JESSE. He produced three volumes of cineBLAST! short film compilations. He is a partner at The Group Entertainment, the KY/NYC management/production company, and a former adjunct professor at NYU Graduate Film School. Gill worked at the French Film Office and has been on the jury for shorts at Sundance and the selection committee for the Academy Awards, Student Division.
Matt watching playback.
Larry and Ian discuss a scene.
﷯Linda Moran and René Bastian of Belladonna Productions are two-time Independent Spirit﷯ Award nominees with L.I.E. (“Best Picture”/2002) and Transamerica (“Best First Film”/2006). They won the prestigious Motorola Producer of the Year Award in 2002. Transamerica (directed by Duncan Tucker) received two Academy Award nominations: Best Actress (Felicity Huffman) and Best Song ("Travelin’ Thru" by Dolly Parton). Felicity Huffman also won a Golden Globe for her performance. Other Belladonna credits include An Englishman in New York (directed by Richard Laxton), Funny Games US (directed by Michael Haneke), Stake Land (directed by Jim Mickle) and A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints (directed by Dito Montiel) which garnered awards for Best Director and Best Ensemble Cast at Sundance in 2006. Variety named Linda and René among “10 Producers to Watch” by during the 2005 Toronto Film Festival. Belladonna continues to develop and produce high-quality independent films with international perspective and commercial appeal.
Linda Moran PRODUCER
Rene Bastian PRODUCER
Linda, Gill, Matt and Larry in Aspen.
Larry, Ian and Matt between scenes.