greygirlbeast (greygirlbeast) wrote,

We Made Pictures Out of Words

As of about half an hour ago, and thanks to Christopher Lee Wilde, the full-length trailer for The Drowning Girl: A Memoir went live, and the somewhat revamped website. Two days (and some spare change) early. And the trailer is beautiful.

My thanks (and sorry, too tired for LJ code just now) to all the people who donated to the Kickstarter, to Kyle Cassidy and Brian Siano, to Sara Murphy, Nicola Astles, and Dani Church, to Ryan Anas and Geoffrey Goodwin and Spooky, and to Michael Zulli (for his beautiful art) and A Whisper in the Noise/West Thordson (for the exquisite music). We worked on this for four and a half months, and it cost ~$4,000, and I hope all that shows. Many hours of film made into 2:36 minutes of trailer. I am amazed. Oh, and thanks to me, too, because I wrote the damned book.

Oh, also. If you click through to the old page for The Red Tree, you can now, finally, after two years, see a fragment of the unfinished trailer for that book (oh, how we tried and failed!).

By the way, if you want to see the trailer BIG, just click through to YouTube, then go fullscreen.
Tags: promotion. film, the drowning girl, the red tree, website

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