1. Thank you, Jack,
      It was great working with you too!
      I notice that you’re making some waves in the local film scene. Well done!
      Keep up the good show πŸ™‚

    1. Hello Jane, buddy,
      Managed to grab some time and thought I’ll use it gainfully.
      Thank you for your visit and comment. Trust that all is as well as come be.
      Luv and hugz,

  1. Very good, Eric. By the way I received my copies of the two Brothers Grinn books and love them. I show everyone my name on the back cover and tell them I know a famous author. I hope the book sales are going well.


    1. Hello Susan dear,
      Trust that all is well and the ‘boys’.
      I hope that you enjoy the Brothers Grinn – they are something, even if I say so myself. I don’t know about the “famous” bit but you do know an author.
      I also know many authors – but most of them don’t ‘know’ me – if you know what I mean πŸ™‚
      All good wishes,

    1. Hello Jane,
      Thank you for your visit and comment. We actually did not have even a line of dialogue for Tyne (the nurse) but she impressed us so much – how well she connected with the camera, we wrote in a line for her on-location. BTW, all 3 of them are first time actors.
      And, I was a first time producer πŸ™‚

  2. Subtle horror, gives me the goose bumps – the genre you excel in. Says so much in just a short film. Plus a very handsome doctor you’ve found. Well done, Eric. Can’t wait to see a feature film from you. Best wishes to you.

    1. Hello Windy,
      Yes, Sanjay (the doctor) is a good looking guy. Here’s the bad news – he is also married πŸ™‚
      All my short films (shorts, as they call them in the industry) are teasers of sorts – and can be pulled into feature length movies.
      Thank you for your good wishes,

    1. Hello, Willow dear,
      I can seek understanding for my absence from blogging – just completed shooting another short film last weekend. It is in post-production now.
      Glad that you found it chilling – that was the idea.

    1. All’s well, Diana, dear
      Me thinks me took on too many projects – and working through them. What a tremendous learning curve this is turning out to be.
      Much luv and hugz coming your way πŸ™‚

    1. Hello, Ian
      Thank you and yes, it is. I’m 60 this year and a real baby in film making.
      BTW, I’m visiting my daughter, Alicia, in BNE later this year and hope to drive up to meet – if it works for you. I’ll private email you.

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