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He just finished shooting Monte Carlo for 20th Century Fox with Andi MacDowell, Selena Gomez and Leighton Meester. It’s about three young women vacationing in Paris who find themselves whisked away to Monte Carlo after one of the girls is mistaken for a British heiress.
He’s currently shooting The Gates, which is a new summer TV series for ABC
We were hoping he’d weigh in on the last episode of Lost (Brett played Goodwin in the Lost television series), but unfortunately, mum’s the word for the past and current cast and crew on how things all get wrapped up!
The NH Chronicle features the cast and crew of Crooked Lane and the rest of the 2009 NH Film Festival.
We’ve been hiding this on our Facebook Fan Page for a while, and now, as the film starts the festival circuit with two wins (Best of NH Filmmaker 2009 at NH Film Festival and Best of New England 2009 at Rhode Island International Horror Film Festival) it is time to share it here on the blog with all of you. Enjoy!
As we mentioned in the contest rules for the signed DVDs, the DVD’s will NOT be mailed until after Sundance, to avoid an accidental leak disqualifying our submission. Don’t worry – we won’t forget to send you your copy!
The DVDs have been signed by Chase Bailey, Ann Cusack, Brett Cullen, Eliya-Quaye Constance, and Noa Siegel. ENJOY!
Winners, chosen randomly by drawing out of the entire batch of entries:
Winners will also be notified via email. Congratulations, everyone!
So many of the cast and crew family were on hand to receive the award. It was a truly special moment with Chase, Mark, Brett, Ann, Adrienne, Jessica, Patrick, Marc, Eliya-Quaye, Gina, Bethany, Tracey, Dan and the rest of the cast and crew too shy to run up on stage (we’re looking at you, Kit!).
We sat down in Chase’s office and talked with Chase about some of the questions we’ve gotten from the fans of the film, and had a fantastic afternoon learning about his take on the process. In this episode Chase talks about how he cast the film and how he found his crew family.
Camera/Film Work and Editing by Amy Greenlaw, Film POP!
Interviewer: Leslie Poston, Film POP!
See the full 30+ minute interview on the Viddler channel (scheduled to post there during the NH Film Festival).
We’ve given our Facebook fans a sneak peek at the trailer! You can see it, too, just head over to Facebook and become a fan.
That also enters you into the contest to win a seat at the screening with the cast and crew we mentioned in this post, by the way.
Crooked Lane will be hosting a few contests prior to the NH premier. The first is now live on our home page (found here). It is a bit hidden. See if you can find the link with your mouse, and sign up!
The second contest will launch shortly from the Facebook Fan Page, and the prize is much bigger. To be included in the announcement at the end of September, please join the Facebook Fan Page, and do tell your friends about it also so that they might have a chance to win!
Brett Cullen talks about his character, Ben, and what he thinks happens to Ava and the rest of the souls.
In a previous blog post, we asked for your questions. We’ve decided to tackle them one at a time. In this post, Chase Bailey answers the question posed by Matt Searles regarding what makes the film interesting.