Posted by: michellemuldoon | November 13, 2011

Once Upon A Time… A Rendezvous

A Rendezvous continues its slow trek through post-production. The learning curve has been incredible, both on a filmmaking side, and a technical side.  While it’s been a struggle, at times, to figure out how best to proceed, I’m constantly amazed by the generosity, and patience of people who have come on board. This film will finish, it just might not be at the pace I expected.

While I don’t feel like I have much else to report on the post-production side, I gladly share an update on the crew and cast involved with the project.

Everyone’s favorite Director of Photography, Thomas Billingsley, shot an independent feature called, The House, and it screened at the beginning of November at The Vancouver Asian Film Festival.

Our gaffer, Shane Smith, is doing videographer work in Ghana. He’s updating a Personal Blog, so if you would like to know more, please check it out.

Our two lovely stars have been hard at work.  Bronwen Smith has been very busy, with four productions officially in post. In 2012, you’ll be able to catch her in Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days, as Mrs. Jefferson.

Catherine Lough Haggquist has also been working regularly. You can see her in Once Upon A Time on Sunday, November 13.  On top of that, she has three other productions in post.

And what am I up to? I’m working with the most amazing group fo writers anyone can work with. There are 43 writers  from around the world working hard in ten teams to produce a 4-6 page script for The 2012 Action On Film Writers’ Room Invitational.  They are a talented and competitive bunch. The top five scripts will be filmed as scene readings and nominated for an award at the 2012 Action On Film International Film Festival.  I can only imagine what a fun challenge judging will be.



  1. Very cool to see what everyone’s doing 🙂
    I know what you mean about struggling through a project, I just struggled through editing in the last 2 months, but had a breakthrough this week & am excited about the project again.

    • As long as we continue to take steps forward, then that’s definitely what I think we have to focus on. Best of luck with the rest of your project!


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