Scream A Little Dream

After a huge amount of work on the part of the directors, sound designers and editing team, the Scream All You Want project has its first episode out on YouTube. Over the next three months, each Friday, all of the episodes will be released.

I remember working on this project in the summer of 2012, and I was mostly just a fill in guy. I would do whatever I could to help out most weekends with regards to making sure the compact flash cards were backed up to the directors laptop, and that data was organized as well as I could.

I also helped do little jobs like directing the primary photographer as he walked backwards, held a boom mic for a shot, or jumped in to play the thug (despite not really having the physique or a mean look to me).

I really enjoyed my experience, though it wasn’t always perfect. The long, hot days weren’t always fun, and the shoots always took longer than expected. In the end, it was all worth it though as despite my involvement, the team was able to get something they felt comfortable releasing to the world. I can’t explain how excited I am that Scream a Little Dream is being released, and I hope you’ll all check it out, and share it on social networks.

Susan, the wife to one of the directors, has bet that we can get the series a total of 100,000 views in the next three months, and I’d love to see that happen. Both directors, Greg and Tom, deserve their project to receive such success after all of the work they put into this. The actors and actresses that participated, and those that filled all of the other jobs deserve to have their work recognized. Please help me out in any way you can, even if it is just taking the time to watch each episode as it comes out.

Without further ado, here is episode one:

Dreams can be a gateway out to other worlds – and into ours. After a series of supernatural attacks, two paranormal “experts” know they must find the source. Short on time (and support), they race to find and save the next victim’s life.

YouTube Link – Please like and comment on YouTube. I also recommend watching it on YouTube so that you can fullscreen it for full effect.

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