We spent four months living, working and filming with the most amazing group of comics of the last decade, what a time it was. We had the freedom to film anything we wanted, so we did. With an unlimited 16mm film budget we ate with and stayed with all the gifted cast from the motion picture "Yellowbeard". This is the result of a long edit session in San Francisco.
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A student film by Michael Adrian made in the early 1970's in glorious black&white. 16mm, scanned by Yale Film and Video to 2k DPX.
An action comedy that it's as unlikely as is lead characters.
I personally took this film on even though I liked Fellini, Antonioni and the French filmmakers (the heavy filmmakers) because the script had an innocence to it. The first film shot with a 35 mm Panavision, Panaflex camera. We scanned on a Cineon Type scanner to 2K DPX for editing with FCPX. This movie was rescued from the annals of time and is dynamic, with changes as it evolves in time. Digital distribution allows for these continual modifications. We hope to bring you other films that will change with time.
The actors do a great job and are convincing. The script takes stabs a Christianity, the Baptists in particular and hypocrisy. A female that holds a job can't be a virgin in this world. It was filmed in California for Texas.
I am the Executive Producer, DP/Operator and Co-Editor (Michael Mileham).
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I worked with Marty in the early 80's on a comedy documentary and a future feature film. Our plans were cut short when Marty died in December 2, 1982.
Marty was a tremendous influence on my wife and I, he was spontaneous witty and well informed about his craft.