Tuesday, July 15, 2008

The Cameras are Rolling: Images from the Front Lines.


Day One: Pre-production Photography. So now it gets exciting. The cameras are being dusted off and powered up. Our B-Roll shoot has commenced and City Island will be begin to burn its beauty on to celluloid.
Above Raymond (whipping up mystery and noteriety in dark sunglasses) and our brilliant Cinematographer: Vanja Cernjul (fresh from the hit television show 30 Rock) bask in the magnificent City Island sunlight.
Who would have thought that the Bronx could be so beautiful?



As a traditionalist, Raymond strikes a classic pose, turns on the glamour and transports us to the south of France. The Bronx as you know it is a distant memory. (I for one, am happy to see that the clever little Blackberry has managed to fuse itself to his palm).
Today's verdict? The director hat is well and truly on de Felitta's head.

CB

5 comments:

Sherry said...

Nice to see you're really there working, dear. Have fun in da Bronx!

Xs and Os from me and Boogs.

Jan / The Faux Press said...

Sherry! Hey! Happy New Year sweet woman! Yes, he's really here working. Delighted to be working with your dear, talented husband again. Can't wait to see you once more. When will you visit set???? XO

Sherry said...

Jan!! I was so glad when I heard Raymond had hooked up with you again! Wahoo. Now we just need a groovy apartment in the Village again and a rollicking New Year's Day party and you can read some poetry... OK, is that a plan?

I'll be there for Lorenzo's birthday on August 4 - you have to meet our boy so make sure you are there! XOXO

Jan McLaughlin said...

Oh-my-goodness, Susan, I'll be thrilled to meet sweet Lorenzo - especially on his Birthday (how old?) - and yes, that's a plan tho my poetry is mostly audio and video these days :)

Sherry said...

Uh oh, Jan, does Raymond have another wife??? Crap, I knew I should keep him in LA! :) Lorenzo will be four, impossible to believe. Yeah, I guess you will be there, huh? Unless Raymond indulges his penchant for history and go back to before the talkies...