Attention fans in the Charleston area!!  You can watch a “rough draft” of Saying Goodbye on June 2nd.

Charleston County Public LibraryThe South Carolina Film Commission has arranged for a free screening of the films financed by the SC Production Fund as part of the Piccolo Spoleto Festival.  Although Saying Goodbye is still a work in progress, our film will be part of the program on Wednesday, June 2nd along with Song of Pumpkin Brown and The Cannon Street Boys.  If you are a fan of local films, you can also go on June 3rd to see Appalachian Dreams and The Four Children Of Tander Welch, which was produced by our 2nd AD Matthew Sefick.  On both nights the screenings start at 6:00 (changed from 5:30) at the Charleston County Public Library.  

Keep in mind, our film is still a work in progress, so it’s a little rough.  We haven’t done audio mix or color correction or those other tweaks that go into making a movie look seamless.  Also, we don’t have our original score in yet.  We have a few places with canned music so the whole thing isn’t eerily silent, but this is not the music that will be in the final version.

We’d love to have y’all come take a look and tell us what you think.  We will most likely grab people we recognize and ask them to participate in a focus group after the screening, so be prepared to play movie critic. 

And don’t worry if you can’t make it, we still plan to have a fancy premiere in Charleston once the film is officially complete.  

Click here for details about the screening.  Hope to see you there!