I can’t believe it’s been nearly 2 years since we’ve finished the edit on ‘A Band of Rogues’. If you haven’t seen this movie you should. Filmed in Argentina, it follows the story of 3 American musicians busted for drug possession. The music and storyline are sweeping and free-flowing. I would highly recommend this film even if I hadn’t edited it.
You can rent it on Vimeo for less than the cost of your latte.
So, A Band of Rogues, the first independent feature film that I’ve edited, is now an official selection at the Madrid International Film Festival. It was filmed in the fall of 2010 on location in Argentina.
Daniel Camenisch, a mutual friend of writer/director, Tim Morgan, recommended me for the edit. After an initial couple of Skype video chats with the Morgan brothers while they were still wrapping up in Argentina, they decided to bring me on to the team for editing and shipped me two 2TB hard drives containing about 60 hours of raw footage. After a few months of editing nights and weekends and e-mailing rough scenes back and forth with Tim, we followed up with a very intense yet tremendously fun and rewarding week stateside. The goal – take the rough scenes and refine them, complete a rough sound and music mix, and color correct the entire film in order to burn a DVD for the start of festival submission season. All within 7 days. (more…)