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Sunday, December 12, 2010

Been Awhile: New Projects and New Directions

CK Films, for the past 6 months, has been hard at work producing films for the 2011 Festival seasons.

First off some quick updates regarding two previously posted projects, Lost Land & Tablets of the Gods:

Lost Land: Lost Land was unfortunately the victim of an office wide harddrive and server crash, deleting much of the films progress and taking us back down to before the film was locked. The footage still exists, though other projects needed to take precedent. We are still hoping to have the film completed for the 2011 H.P. Lovecraft Film Festival.

Tablets of the Gods: Tablets of the Gods was 9 days out from wrapping principal photography when one of our key actors, who we had neither the schedule nor the resources the cast, decided to quite cold turkey. The project, as a result, was immediately put on hold indefinitely. Though there is plenty of footage, certain scenes required for the scripts version of the film were not yet shot. Also, its a tad disheartening to look at such a big project, to see it end in such an unfortunate way. There are plans to release a teaser trailer with the footage, though salvaging the film itself and cutting it into anything more is still uncertain.

Thank you all so much for your patience regarding both of these projects.

And now, the year in review:

The Year In Review:

Upon the Green (May 2010):

Upon the Green (2010) from Woodruff Laputka on Vimeo.

-Nominated for the Royal Television Society Best Undergraduate Documentary in the UK, 2010.

The Director (November, 2010):

The Director (2010) from Woodruff Laputka on Vimeo.

"A retired filmmaker reflects on his life-long career." CK Films, 2010.

Special Boy (December, 2010):

Special Boy: Behind The Scenes from HYBRID COLOR FILMS on Vimeo.
Collaboration between CK Films, Hybrid Color Films & Scarface Productions.

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