Sunday, February 27, 2011
"The Clockmaker" 2004
Above is a still taken from the first setup of the first day of the first film Ten Sundays Productions ever made. The last Sunday in April, 2004 we began filming in the basement of my childhood home with an $800 camcorder. Underneath the sheet and holding his breath is co-producer Ian Albetski. Asking people to hold their breath is a common request when making a horror film. "The Clockmaker" was an extremely rough 16 minute regurgitation of far superior Hitchcock films and Edgar Allan Poe short stories. This blog will be dedicated to the production of Ten Sundays' newest horror film "Dysphonia", but to understand how that came to be it's important to start at the beginning.