ISN’T ROMANTIC? is now full steam in post production and we should have a finished film sometime in January. We are all very excited and already have a few festivals we are planning to enter. One we definitely want to submit to is the Litchfield Hills Film Festival which is held at the Warner Theater in Torrington, CT. It would be fun to see it screened there since we shot the opening scene at the Warner.
As the film nears completion, I am stepping up my efforts to promote it. It’s going to be a nice movie, sweet, quirky and very funny. The film has a Facebook fan page and I am now placing content on it regularly. I have production stills, updates, screen captures (like the one above) and I’ve placed a very funny outtake on the site. The outtake seems to be quite popular and I have more I am planning to post as time goes on.
There are actually a fair number of people looking forward to seeing the film, which is encouraging. I have no delusions about making money from it, but it would be great if a large number of people could enjoy it. It would be very helpful to me moving forward to build a following that will look forward to future projects.
The screen capture shown here features me, with my co-writer, producer and co-star (I’m not the only one who did multiple tasks!) Cooper Campbell as Danny and Diana. Here, a frustrated Diana, after locking herself in the bedroom has popped out to make clear to her husband just what is lacking in their marriage. The T-shirt I’m wearing is a tribute to my Brooklyn heritage. I like this shot and I think it captures the basic story of the movie.
I would encourage those of you who read my blog to check out the Facebook page @ www.facebook.com/isntitromanticmovie . The outtake I posted yesterday is very funny. I also have interesting little facts included in the captions of the photos discussing the inside story.
Here’s another screen capture showing that for Diana, being married to the greatest maker of romantic comedies in the country is not the experience Danny’s female fans believe it to be. This was a fun film to make and it will be equally fun to watch. I honestly believe that. Take a look and tell your family and friends.