Many thanks to our superb crew on "TWELVE WAYS TO SAY I'M SORRY". If you're shooting in Montreal, you should hire them! (If you want their phone numbers, feel free to ask.)
Our Unit Production Manager, Greg Nicod
. He has ulcers so you don't have to.
Our Director of Photography, Mark Adam
. He takes the pictures out of your brain and puts them in the camera.
Our Production Designer, Annika Krausz
. She makes your set look like somewhere else entirely.
Our Sound Dude, Pablo Villegas
. Without him, you're shooting a Buster Keaton movie.John Easterbrooke
, Digital technician. The new cameras are wacky. You need someone who can speak their language.Phil Harrison
, trusty 2nd Assistant CameramanMyriam Doucet
, Asst PM. Audray Adam
, makeup. She mops your furrowed brow. Young Patrick Lanthier
. Willing and able PA.Matthew Cope
. Snappy fellow with a still camera. Plays a mean hand of poker, too.
Not to mention...Michael Solomon
. Diligent, meticulous, honest producer. Get him before he's hot. And rich. Laurie Nyveen
. Indispensable Associate Producer. If you can't figure out who's in charge of it, put him in charge and it will happen.
ah, the best reward you can give a crew is posting their phone numbers on the internet.
Er, good point. /* snip */
hrm... and you should probably not post their email adds like that or they'll get spammed like crazy.
maybe use the format, name AT domain DOT com and the human who wants to email them can figure it out. or just link to their IMDB pages.
regardless, congratulations on the shoot!
My producer says they want to be posted. So posted they are.
No love for your AD?
I didn't have an AD. I had a UPM who acted as an AD. Trust me, that's the whole crew.
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