Some highlights include how he developed a 3D printing process for the replacement faces, the complete process of what it took to film the 8 minute short, and also how to appear more legit to potential brands that want to hire you.
Here's the episode. I hope you enjoy :)
It was a great episode! I've followed Dale for the duration of the development of the film and I love hearing about the behind-the-scenes notes about the process. Bone Mother is a great piece, with real sense of loss and cruelty. Being so polished, it seems hard to imagine that there was struggle involved, but that's a part of the process as well.
I was happy to hear his plan for mentoring other filmmakers with his new endeavor.
I haven't gone thru your older episodes but I plan on it.
Dale gave me great feedback and I used it to improve my film. And just the other day he recommended that I submit to Montreal Stop Motion festival, which I did. A class act!
Nice! What film did you submit?
I'm sorry I missed this question. I come here once in a while.
To answer, I have pretty much finished my 11-minute film, Tragic Magic, it will get a 5.1 audio mix very soon and then I'll get it into a DCP format for sending out.
But it hasn't been accepted into any film festivals yet. It's early, though.