The Emmy nominations are in and here is where NC Film shines!
HUGE congratulations to Craig and Lisa Fincannon for getting nominated for Outstanding Casting For A Drama Series: Homeland!! Woo Hoo!! Wilmywood is so proud!
NBC’s Revolution was nominated for stunt coordination for the episode “Nobody’s Fault But Mine.” Congrats to Jeff Wolfe!!
More details are circulating about Season 2 of Under the Dome. Rumor has it, they will be telling the crew at the end of the month. Now I am curious to know if they will indeed continue the Summer trend or bring it back sooner. The show is so hot, I dunno if the fans can wait for 10 months for more! But we will find out soon enough! The crew will be in Forest Hills this morning, then they move to the sound stage at Screen Gems, then a short trek to the back lot in the woods. In the meantime as The San Diego Comic Con gets underway, the Under the Dome Comic Con poster was revealed yesterday! I sooo want one!
Our very own Hank and Jed Movie Pictures are once again up for an award. This time their popular show, Battlefield Friends is up for “Notable Machinima/Video Series” in the Dragon Slayer Awards! A vote for BFF is a vote for PROMOTION!!! Vote now: http://bit.ly/13PnOvU Apparently the guys at Electronic Arts are fans of the show because because the EA folks posted it on Battlefield’s FB page which has over 6 million likes. Nice! Haven’t seen the series? Check it out now (WARNING: not for kids!)
Production on Sleepy Hollow begins in just a few days. Scouts were already seen near downtown on Princess taking pictures as well as in New Bern. The handsome Thirty Something star Ken Olin will be directing episode 2 (our first). Hello talented hotness!! We have our very first extras casting call! They are looking for a couple females to play police officers. These will be hand picked by the director and will most likely be needed throughout the entire season. Get all the details now!
Cucalorus Film Festival is once a year and it’s awesome, but it’s always cold during the festivities! Thank God they brought back Surfalorus. The summertime Film Festival begins tonight and runs through the weekend. Enjoy three days of outdoor screenings in Carolina Beach, Wrightsville Beach and Downtown Wilmington with the hottest new surf films and docs about coastal issues. The fest will include an outdoor board expo and shaper show with a live display from area board artists. A free, outdoor screening will also be held each night of the festival with live music and cold beer. Now we’re talkin’! Get your tickets now!