Posts Tagged ‘CKS’

Three shooting days are in the books for Cheerleader Karate School, the supernatural, martial arts drama series from creator Bj Lewis. After talking about CKS for days, weeks and months it was great to finally get the actors in front of the camera and into their various roles. 13240607_1019089401516165_2030442161112642330_n

We tried to cover a lot of ground as we were going on an extended break between the third shooting day and the next as a few actors are going on summer vacations. But looking to get right back into it strong in mid-July.

As we have said and will continue to say many many many times, the cast assembled is great. They are super talented, hard working and have great chemistry together behind the camera. It will be up to us to get that chemistry to continue to be on display when they are in front of the camera and to make the final product look the best it can be.

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Wen-chieh Chi (The Next) and Maddy Cerda (The First).

 

 

This past Sunday, Bj appeared on The Cutting Room Floor podcast to talk to Casey Ryan about the project. If you missed it, you can catch it here.

In the meantime the plan and the goal continues to get as many people to check out the info page on the show and hope they will dig it and stick with us as we develop the show and be there in a few months when the pilot drops.

Catching up with Taurian Films this week…

A few things are happening. We turned in our cut of 20 Minutes or Less for the Rack Focus Round 3 competition by the Saturday deadline. Will be interesting to see people’s reactions to it come screening time. It will be screened on Day 2 of the event at the Texas Theater in Dallas. We are contemplating if we want to jump into Round 4, but that will depend upon an idea we really like and time seeings how we will be in high gear on CKS by then if all works out.

The Shooting Schedule for the CKS has been sent out and now we are waiting for folks to peruse it and deal with the inevitable conflicts that make the shooting sched go through three or four iterations before we find the one that works. It’s one of the things that comes along with indie film. We aspire to rise above that sooner or later of course. Until then, we deal with what we get, how we need to.

We dropped another BTS video with the amazing actress who will be playing The Next alongside Maddy Cerda’s The First. One day someone will jump on those names and realize where they come from. We are just waiting on it to happen.


Thursday, Bj Lewis will be making an appearance on the Chatterbox with Ellen Hedger, a streaming radio show that is produced out of an Arlington studio. Bj will be alongside Gabriella Corvina, Summer Dobozy and Maddy Cerda to talk CKS and other film related topics. And later that evening, Bj will be one of the presenters for the second Nerd Nite Denton event.  He was approached to talk about his endeavors in film and how he manages it alongside a family and a full time job. Should make for a great conversation.  And if it doesn’t…well..there’s beer.

We’re finally jumping in with a Dallas band, DeFacto, and looking into how we can work with them on video projects that can showcase the band and the music they produce. Initial conversations have been good and promising, and we’re looking to sit down with the band members in person to further hash out the details. Not to mention allowing us all to see that everyone involved is serious about working together. Ideally that is the start of many working relationships with artists, bands and more.


 

Party Girl needs more love and more views as always. It’s Denton’s only indie made super hero series and features the amazingly talented Cait Pool!