Making Meme Part 12: Production Days 10 and 11

Days Ten and Eleven were March 14th and 15th of 2015. Unlike most of our weekend shoots so far this weekend we weren’t shooting at just one location. For this weekend we shot at three different locations. It was probably the most stressful weekends of the shoot because we had to shoot some key scenes and had some very frustrating issues with one location in particular. The quote of the day for Day Ten was: “A day without sunshine is like, you know, night. -Steve Martin” Day Ten was shooting Tommy and Jennifer’s bedroom scenes. We’d shot everything in their […]

Making Meme Part 11: Production Days 8 and 9

The quote of the day for Day Eight of production was: “People think you have to know what you want to do with your life by the time you’re 19. Wrong! Or that you have to be in a significant relationship in your twenties. Wrong! It’s all just nonsense. – Tilda Swinton” Day Eight for production was February 7th, 2015. We were again at actress Lauren A. Kennedy’s apartment, with it acting as her character’s apartment. Day Eight sticks out in my mind for two reasons: Director of Photography Peter Westervelt helping nudge me to be a better director and […]

Meme Screening in Brunswick, ME

Announcing the next stop on the Meme tour: Eveningstar Cinema in Brunswick, ME The screening is March 30th at 11:59PM at Eveningstar Cinema. Tickets will be available online or at the door for $10. As with the Brooklyn, Annville, and Amherst screenings, the film will be made available to stream to those who buy tickets to the screening. Details for that offer are available on the Tour page. Director Sean Mannion will be attending the screening to meet the audience and discuss the film after. For more updates on upcoming screenings please check out the Tour page, which we will […]

Meme Screening in Amherst, NY

Announcing the next stop on the Meme tour: The Screening Room in Amherst, NY The screening is March 29th at 9:30PM at The Screening Room. Tickets will be available at the door for $10. As with the Brooklyn, Annville, and Brunswick screenings, the film will be made available to stream to those who buy tickets to the screening. Details for that offer are available on the Tour page. Director Sean Mannion will be attending the screening to meet the audience and discuss the film after. For more updates on upcoming screenings please check out the Tour page, which we will […]

Making Meme Part 7: Production Delay

Between the second and third days of production we had a bit of a gap. Day Two was November 22nd 2014 and Day Three was January 17th 2015. We had the gap for a few reasons. First, was the holidays. That always causes havoc with scheduling, but it’s a particular hurdle when doing something on no budget. We took advantage of this gap in shooting to bring some new people on board and get some logistics worked out. During the gap Nicole Solomon joined the production as our Art Director. We needed someone to get our locations looking like what […]

Making Meme Part 6: Production Day 2

The quote of the day for the second day of production was: “When in doubt, make funny faces.”—Amy Poehler Day Two immediately followed Day One. We shot the rest of the office scenes on Day Two, November 22nd 2014. Again we were at the conference room One Glass Video had access to. We only had two scenes to shoot but they were longer and more complicated scenes than the first day. The big scene of the day is when our lead character Jennifer finally stands up for herself against the absurd requests of her clients. It was an important one to […]

Meme Accepted to the Art of Brooklyn Film Festival

We are very excited to announce that Meme has been selected as one of only ten feature films to screen as a part of the 2018 Art of Brooklyn Film Festival this June. The festival runs June 2 to June 10 and announcements for the screening schedule are expected soon. To read the full announcement please visit the Art of Brooklyn Film Festival’s post and see all of the films they accepted. About the Art of Brooklyn Film Festival:  The Art of Brooklyn Film Festival is the flagship indie film event of Brooklyn.   Founded in 2011, AoBFF is the […]