Long time, no see! We have been working intensively under a frenetic rhythm in the final stages of editing our film on coral reef conservation in Curaçao. This kept us away from the blog for a while. Here’s Cassie Pacenka putting Avid through its paces at 1 a.m. Wednesday.
Part of putting a documentary together includes late nights, especially toward the end of the process, to be sure every detail is perfect. Matching the music and making sure all the acts tell a cohesive story are just a two of the many tasks we are working on.
Overnight, we added the narration. Professor Katherine Fink went into the booth to record the text that is going to help guide viewers throughout the story.
Everything comes down the hard work of a committed team lead by Dr.Luskay and Professor Revkin.
With the premiere at Jacob Burn Film Center only one week away, we are pulling out all the stops. And if that means sleeping on the floor, so be it!
This is going to be a crazy week for us. Over the next few days, many hours will fly by as we scroll down the timeline to finish the film, and get it ready for a screen test Friday at Jacob Burns. This is crucial before we reveal the film to the sold-out theater!
Thank you, by the way!
In a week, we finally get to show our documentary – Curacao’s Coral Challenge: Reviving the Rain Forests of the Sea. Hope to see you there, or on YouTube.