It's been a while since my last blog update, but am now back from Nashville and a great trip to Film-Com 2012. Andy Van Roon and his team of volunteers have much to be congratulated for holding such a stellar event. A unique and excellent idea this event goes from strength to strength each year. Contact cards in hand, had some great discussions in the short time we had there.
Myself, my old man and Keith himself attended the film market and took in what we could of such a beautiful city while handing out cards and promoting the project.
During our stay we were invited to watch a performance of the Nashville Symphony Orchestra, at the breathtaking Schermerhorn Symphony Center. A truly great experience with conductor Giancarlo Guerrero at the helm. Previous to this we saw some awesome singer/songwriters at Douglas Avenue... all a part of the Film-Com experience!
With Harry Shearer (This is Spinal Tap, The Simpsons) providing some voice over work, and more talented individuals offering their services as we come close to finally entering into Post Production... there has been plenty to talk about.
We had a highly enjoyable Q and A with Alan Brewer at Belmont University on our last day in Nashville after which there was a flurry of activity to do with the film. We also made a recording of the event, which may become a special feature for the documentary!
Time to follow up on some leads and watch this space, as we continue on the road to get Emerson: Pictures of an Exhibitionist completed!