Originally, I had planned on making a couple trailers for The Kindling, mingling live action with still photos. That ended up not working out, so I just used the still footage. (Note: you can see the finished trailers here. More may still come!)
We shot most of the pictures on Good Friday at my school. A whole bunch of my wonderful students gave up a few hours on their day off and came in, which was really quite sweet of them. It was a lot of work, but we had fun as well.
For example, this little moment below. This was going to be a scene showing the three main characters running through the halls, trying to get away from murderous teachers. Sorry it's sideways. I'm not sure exactly what happened. Or how to fix it.
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