Ingenue’s first screening
Last night was the first screening of Ingenue, directed by Kate Chaplin. I’ve mentioned it a number of times, but to recap, I was the visual effects artist and title designer (and DVD author…and blu-ray/screener maker..) for the film. The “premiere” was held at the Indiana State Museum IMAX theater at 7PM after red carpet arrivals. The screening was sold out — over 400 seats. Lots of people in the audience obviously knew the cast and crew, so they were very engaged with the whole event.
Interestingly, this is the first time the film has been screened in its native resolution for anyone. The process of getting the Blu-ray burned was interesting since I’d never done it before, but I’ll save that for later and say it was a fun night and I’m glad so many friends and family came downtown to support local filmmakers. It was also great to see so many of my film friends who I haven’t been around in a while.
And ALWAYS a good time to introduce yourself to an actor with “hi, you don’t know me, but I’ve stared at your face a WHOLE BUNCH!”
I tweeted a bunch of junk throughout the evening, so here’s a mess of it for posterity.
Video, of course.
Vines, for good measure.
Good times. Can’t wait for The Impersonators. Gotta finish it first.