We’re halfway to the end of the “Making Still Green” filmmaking web series, and it’s time to take a look back at the first half. If you haven’t caught any parts of the web series, here is your opportunity.
“Making Still Green” Season Teaser
This is a great place to start if you’re looking for a bit of an overview of what is to come as the web series continues over the next two months. Whether it be turtle problems, actor problems or a little hurricane named “Katrina,” the crew behind “Still Green” are there.
“Making Still Green” Episode One
Is a torrential downpour on the way down to set a bad sign for the “Still Green” crew? Find out as we meet the principal participants in “Making Still Green.”
“Making Still Green” Episode Two
Oh, production woes! The crew starts off strong with some money issues and a new environmental snafu.
“Making Still Green” Episode Three
The turtles rear their environmentally-delicate heads again as production woes are replaced with casting concerns.
“Making Still Green” Audition Montage
This is a fun rundown of the process known as auditions. Some had a prayer, some didn’t. See them all here.
“Making Still Green” Episode Four
Forever known as the tale of a haircut gone horrible awry. A blind person without arms could’ve done a better job!
“Making Still Green” Episode Five
When the lead actress decides, on the eve of the first day of shooting, that she can’t play her role due to inter-racial concerns, the crew scrambles to solve the problem.
“Making Still Green” Episode Six
And solve the problem they do, making the only real decision they could when faced with such a ridiculous predicament.
“Making Still Green” Episode Seven
FINALLY! Day One of shooting begins, and everything looks like it’s moving ahead positively. Guess no one saw the teaser…
“Making Still Green” continues with the second half of the season next Wednesday. In the meantime, remember to check out producer Georgia Menides’ blog entries about the production of “Still Green,” and we’ll see you again next week!
Posted on July 31, 2008 in Features by Mark Bell
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