Thanks for visiting the Jael A Western Tale website – things are moving forward, slowly but surely in the production process of the film including designing a moving platform to make the train look like it’s moving when actually it’s not, it’s the platform. That lets the integrity of the antique train stay intact and the cost of production stay in budget!
And in other news, Makeup University featured eye glasses for a review so that the beautiful Miss Baylee Ginther can have a spare pair just in case mayhem breaks out on set.
Now the fun part of steampunking these glasses into girly goggles begins!
Thank you for your continued support of Jael A Western Tale! The Facebook page receives daily posts – so please like our page and visit us there!
Finally, Lions Rest who is producing Jael A Western Tale has a new short in production that will be in theaters this summer! Full details and daily updates on the Facebook page here: http://facebook.com/BEARLYfilm
This psychological thriller features a JAWT family actress, the gorgeous Miss Gia Gerardo who plays Myles in Jael A Western Tale is playing Luz Ackerman in BEARLY.
That’s the news for now. I hope this finds everyone getting ready for the best summer ever!
Around here, March happened fast and April is happening faster! Just did a casting for one of the key roles in Jael A Western Tale – that announcement is coming up so please stay tuned to our Facebook page for the release!
Next bit o’ news is that JAWT is going to NAB! This show is almost as amazing as CES and SEMA – if you are going to be there, honk at the Facebook page! There are a few prizes for giving out in person to a super fan for JAWT!
Stay awesome and please share your fave steampunk western pics on our Facebook page!
The new year began with a bang as I traveled to the AT&T Developer Summit for a wee film festival as the new AT&T entertainment division flexes it’s fledgling muscles.
From what I saw, they did great. The submissions were of great production quality and story. Most importantly, in the wee 10 minute time span of the short films that were entered, emotion was felt and the story was driven. Some of those stories I would like to have seen more!
Here’s me with the professional film maker category directors, from left to right:
Me,director Caleb Herman of Dispatch who won the AT&T Developer Summit Film Festival with his entry based on a true story, director Iqbal Ahmed of Bug Man and director Lexi Hiland of Para Mi Mama
Hello and thanks for visiting the Jael: A Western Tale website. Today in the “Meet the Artist” interview series, meet Stacie Stocker, the actress who plays Naomi, the mother of sisters Jael, and Leah.
The questions are:
1) What got you started in acting?
2) Where do you find the inspiration/motivation for a character?
3) Are there any films (past/present) that you would like to be a part of?
4) Who is your ultimate dream character to play?
5) Where do you see yourself in your acting career five years from now?
Enjoy the interview and please join the conversation on our daily updated Facebook page!