This past weekend I spent on a 2 day night shoot for a short film called Float. I got involved with the project through the director of Growing Up Julianne, who also happened to be the director on this short film as well. It was written by Adam Warren, and when the project was in it’s infantry back before Christmas, Juan, Adam and I met in a coffee shop downtown to discuss what they valued in the project and how we could go about funding it. Luckily, with Adam’s talent for writing, he managed to get a Bravo!Fact grant.
The story is about a woman in her 40’s suffering from cancer, and who’s dying wish is to swim with her husband. The only problem is, he’s afraid of the water. There’s not much to it, but it’s a beautiful story, and I don’t want to ruin the ending for you. I’m not sure when it’ll be on TV, but I will be sure to post it on all of my social media accounts when it does.
I worked with a crew of about 35, and a cast including about 45 extras. It was a great experience, super chill and professional group of people to work with. I hope I get a chance to work with them again in the future. You can see more of the photos from the weekend on my Flickr account.