Production on He’s Here has finished! Before I continue any further, I’d like to issue an apology for the tardiness of this post, these past two weeks have been very busy, as we’ve been working on He’s Here and also preparing for finals. However, I’d be remiss if I didn’t share that I’m now in the process of editing the footage that was filmed over the course of the past two weeks, to come up with a rough cut that will be shown to our professors, and our peers. While I don’t have the dailies on hand, so I won’t be able to post a screenshot of one of the scenes, it looks really good! I’m excited to spend more time over break editing footage to come up with a rough rough-cut, which will be presented the Friday we get back from winter break. I’m even more excited to show it to the film majors who will be in the Film Major seminar, so that those who have not seen the dailies will be able to provide a fresh opinion. But I’m getting ahead of myself. This past Friday, I showed our second round of dailies in-class, and received a lot of feedback. While there are a few shots that may need to be reshot, I was able to incorporate the feedback I received from showing the first set of dailies, and am very proud of the footage we got. I’m especially proud of the camera movement in one of the shots in the first scene, in which I track a Young David running from his house to a tree stump where he proceeds to play catch with a Young Will. It should also be noted that we managed to film outside with snow on the ground and didn’t encounter any problems with the sunlight reflecting off the sun, a problem which is quite common when it comes to snow. All in all, I’m very proud of the work that Kaylin and I have accomplished during pre-production and production, and I’m excited to move into the post-production phase of our thesis. And while there still some work that needs to be done, I’d like to thank our crew as well, for giving up their weekends to help bring this story to life. I’ll be the first to admit that it’s been stressful just making sure that we’ve covered everything, but it’s been incredibly rewarding to see story of Will Ford come to, and makes me further appreciate the blood, sweat, and tears that go into making a movie. I look forward to sharing the final product with everyone once it’s done.