Bad Advice For Good Times is pleased to announce that two of the country’s top animation houses will be doing character design and effects for the short film/teaser Black Goat: Two Hunters. After an extensive search we were lucky to discover these two exceptional houses whose work speaks for itself. We are also lucky enough to be working with Stealing Time for editing, Alter Ego for compositing and colour transfer, and Silent Joe for sound and music. We are looking to have the project completed by early July and no word yet on where it will premiere . . . but we probably won’t wait for a festival and give fans the opportunity to see it first, here.
Filed under: CGI, Coming Soon, Production, Black goat, hpl, Joseph Nanni, lovecraft
January 24, 2010 • 8:43 am
January 2, 2010 • 2:26 am
Welcome to the world of tomorrow!
It’s 2010 – the year we make contact. Let me say Happy New Year and tell you about some things that are going on in the coming months.
In the next few weeks this blog will be changing its address to Bad Advice For Good Times and I will be launching a proper site dedicated to all my nonsense. Reason? While Casting Call of Cthulhu is an appropriate title for all my HPL film hijinks it doesn’t account for all the other interrelated activities.
In other news I am currently in the snow-kissed land of Galgary shooting for two weeks with District 9 DOP Trent Opaloch.
This place has some incredible locations including one of the most massive production design warehouses on the planet:
Even the curling rinks are sexy:
When I return to Toronto work begins on finishing the Drawing Baphomet teaser trailer and production design for Black Goat. It is unlikely that DB and BG will begin shooting before the end of February due to financing issues and actor availablity. The fact is Black Goat has to be shot in four parts so even if we start in Feb it won’t finish until October 2010.
So that’s the plan. Thanks for all your support over the last few months and keep in touch.
Be seeing you.
Filed under: Production, Uncategorized, hp lovecraft, hp lovecraft film festival, Joseph Nanni