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  1. Great news: BEE is part of the official selection at the 2012 Wild and Scenic Film Festival. It’s one of the largest environmental film festival in the US. The film will premiere mid January in Nevada City, CA.

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  2. I met with Andrew Bower from Red Dog Records this weekend to work on the audio post production of the short film BEE. He was the location sound mixer on the set and now he does the audio post-production. He has been working really hard on the audio. Why work so hard on the audio?  Audio post production is key to make a film look great: it’s all about those details to make you feel that the dialogs were all recorded in the same take, that the bees are near you buzzing. That’s how you completely immerse the audience in the film and the story.

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  3. Successful Kickstarter Campaign!

    Thanks for the great support on reaching our goal on Kickstarter for the film BEE!

    Here’s a great blog, full of advice to run a succesful Kickstarter campaign:

    http://garrettgibbons.com/blog/successful-kickstarter-campaigns

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  4. Breeda Wool is in the New York Times!

    Exciting news: Breeda, who plays the young entomologist in BEE, is in the New York Times today.

    Our Kickstarter campaign ends in only 10 days and we’re at 66% of our funding goal. Please pass the link to the Kickstarter page to all your friends. (www.kickstarter.com/projects/391233736/bee-short-film-narrative

    Remember: The film will get funded only if we reach 100%!

    Breeda Wool in "AWOL"

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  5. In the editing room with Daniel last weekend, I realized I was missing a couple of shots to make the story flow better. We filmed them last night with Mike and with Emma as our hand model. We shot the close ups of the envelope with the pesticide label and the amarillo. In filmmaking jargon, it’s called a pick up shot.

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  7. And here’s the poster for BEE. It was made by French artist Celine Caneparo.

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  8. Since we didn’t have too much sunshine during the filming of BEE, we went out again on Thursday evening to get a few sunset shots and bee close-ups. The close-ups of bees I wanted to get have been hard to film. So we will have to go again and film next week…

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