Still really enjoying this GIF from behind the scenes of Sweet Fever.
And here’s batch number two of our behind-the-scenes GIFS for the big Sweet Fever season finale!
I wrote this thing and took these photos! TRUE STORY.
Sweet Fever - Episode 6: Tryout
HERE IT IS, THE BIG EVENT, THE SEASON FINALE
Sweet Fever vs Kate Fear!
Chet vs Fever’s anxiety about commitment!
Sandy vs Fear’s conscience!
FIGHT FIGHT FIGHT
Co-Created and Produced by Oliver Brackenbury and Mark Zanin
Imogen Grace as Sweet Fever
George Gray as Chet
Tiffany Claire Martin as Sam
Danika Czubak as Kate Fear
Gráinne O’Flynn as Sandy
Scott Walker as Crunchy Luke
Carl Palmer Jr. as Bruce
Mikaela MacGillivray as Megan
Directed and Edited by Mark Zanin
Written by Oliver Brackenbury
Director of Photography: Greg Winterton
Music provided by The Calrizians - http://www.myspace.com/thecalrizians
Good golly was this the product of a lot of hard work and patience! It would be just grand if you took a peek. I…may have written and co-produced it?
Getting my buddy on this blog has definitely been the highlight of my day.
This…this is what he gets for helping me move a second hand chair!
Before & Crafter is a great art project for charity that my pal Steph is doing. Please watch the video and check out her IndieGoGo page that’s being run to cover the cost of materials as well as give you the opportunity to get some great art.
There is also a cat named Zac Efron, if you’re into that sort of thing…and why wouldn’t you be?
Public transportation for the win!
THERE we go.
I wrote this! Read below for more details.
A short film looking at two guys that are in it for the long haul and what can happen when the subject of conversation turns to the longest haul, marriage.
Jonathan Nathaniel approached me earlier this year, asking if I’d be interested in developing an idea of his into a screenplay. Having enjoyed working with him on Eggs & Shawn, I most certainly was. Check it out and share it if you like it, that’s how creatives grow big and strong.
Behind the Scenes Video
Director Of Photography
In case you’ve missed the news, drunk driver, homophobe, and Toronto’s current mayor Rob Ford’s history of being an embarrassment (yes there are so many incidents that the public is now keeping a spreadsheet updated) hit new heights the past two weeks! During that time:
- a video of him smoking crack cocaine was shown to journalists
- He refused to resign, saying the story was ridiculous (nobody has contested this, this whole situation is ridiculous)
- After ducking the issue for eight days and saying nothing Rob Ford finally issued a carefully-worded denial that suspiciously used the present tense a lot and never talked about the past (“I do not smoke crack cocaine” vs what he could’ve said: “I have never smoked crack cocaine, I would not do it on the job, and most certainly would not do it on video, hah hah hah what a CRAZY STORY”)
- Lots of his staff have quit or been fired, some for telling him to seek treatment
- It was revealed that one of the people seen in a photo taken at the same time as the crack recording has been murdered
- The police have been investigating and interviewing people in his office, after which his response to media was the hilarious “Everything’s fine. I have no idea what the police are investigating.” (this is now my go-to response to any “hey, how’ve you been” question, by the way)
- That’s where my protest sign above came from; this was a six point explanation so now you can find my little sign extremely hilarious
ANYWAY. This is all to say that there was a little protest today and Jenn and Emily and I went! I thought there’d be lots of funny signs but mine was one of the few jokey ones. I got to talk to reporters and said “I just want people to know there’s more to Toronto than crack cocaine” and that got published a few hours later as “there’s more to Toronto than Rob Ford”, which, I mean, is also true. But there’s ALSO more to Toronto than crack cocaine. For example, did you know we are the home of the IKEA monkey?
We look forward to your tourism dollars.
Our successful IndieGoGo campaign didn’t just provide a budget for filming the first season finale of Sweet Fever, it reached a stretch goal allowing us to pay an artist to illustrate this mini-comic!
Drawn by Jeff Mclachlan and written by Oliver Brackenbury, this story takes place between episode five and the big finale.
Let us know if you’d like to see more Sweet Fever comics and feel free to submit any fan art you’ve done. If it’s suitable, we’ll happily repost it here with a link to your website!
Submit through Tumblr or by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org
I wrote this sucker and totally encourage y’all to send in some fan art!