Spent the last five days sequestered in the Oysterville cottage of a dear and generous friend who fended off the world while I completed a polish of The Warmest Season screenplay. I can feel this story. I can see it perfectly. Sometimes I think it should be a picture book for grownups.
The island location that seemed so right has gone wrong. Alas, the good folks of the Anderson Island Historical Society have decided that it’s bad timing for us to use the Johnson’s Farm for filming Islanders (aka Alternate Endings) this summer. So it goes with production: one day your ducks are in a row, the next they are paddling off in different directions.
So late in the game, we have decided to postpone production. We are pushing ahead with planning – script development, budgeting, casting, and looking for a new location – while also taking this opportunity to put more energy into Sophisticated and The Warmest Season.
I was discouraged for two grey days, but then rallied. Much thanks to Marilyn for her patience and support during the lag time between half empty and half full. Check out the newly updated look books for Sophisticated and The Warmest Season (password “Agnes”).