Tuesday, March 17, 2015

I bet you didn't know I was a time traveler.

I did a little time travel in 2011 to 2012.

It would have to be time travel. Because I went back in time to another point in my life where I was out of place, learning something new, experienced different points of view and young people.

I drove about 60 miles south of my home to Cordele, GA and attempted to stay up all night working with the filming of a movie written and directed by Joseph Lavender called Seven Toe Maggie. This was not his first film and he has since entered and won several film competitions. He is a good looking man and has talent too.

This is a speed scene he has on youtube. Speed scenes and acting demos are made for casting directors.

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He won this Georgia Lottery film competition shortly after filming of Seven Toe Maggie ended with the following video.





This trailer for Seven Toe Maggie is great!







The world premiere was held in Cordele, Georgia where the original story is found. This story is an adaptation created by Joseph.





There is another showing in Atlanta at the Landmark Theatre on March 26th at 7:30 PM. They will have a red carpet and backdrop available at 6:30 PM.

I'll make it to the Milledgeville Film Festival in April since it is closer to me. Anyway, it was a great experience, I learned mucho, and I appreciate the young crew and cast allowing me to tag along.

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  1. Had to be an experience indeed. The trailer for seven toe was really well done

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    1. I had a lot of fun but was pretty incompetent at times. Joseph is a cool. It was a super group of people. I'm glad I got the chance.

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  2. That sounds like a real adventure. I would love to get a behind the scenes view sometime.

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    1. It was a lot of fun. Joseph was unusual in that he was alright having an older woman like me on the set every night.

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  3. Catching up with my reading this Saturday am. You have some interesting adventures you are really stretching yourself in your retirement.

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    1. You may have done the same. I have stiffled that creative part of myself my entire life and it is a wonderful thing to let it out.

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  4. Catching up with my reading this Saturday am. You have some interesting adventures you are really stretching yourself in your retirement.

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