Independent production shingle glass ipix has announced this director Larry Fessenden ((Wendigo, last winter, disbanded) has completed principal photography on his seventh feature film, the sword. Image, which star Alex was bullied As Charlie Barrett, a fine art painter, became convinced that he was a devastating terror in a small American town under the moon, covered in the light of October 8th. The hunting moonCompleted with pickup on October 16th.
The film includes a cast Addison Timlin ((The younger sister, like me, was deprived) Motell Gyn Foster ((A wedding story, Foxhole) Joseph Castillo-Mediete ((Provider, death save my life), Ella Roy Peck (Next The crumb catcher) Rego Gary ((The crumb catcher) John Spyridakos ((Wendigo, I sell dead) Michael Buscemi ((Habit, Blake Keclansman) Jeremy Holm ((Ranger, Brooklyn 45) Joe Swanberg ((You are the next, season of the season) Barbara Crompton ((You are Jacob’s wife again) James Lee Gros ((Foxwell, The Last Winter), and Marshall Bell ((All memories, stand by me).
The film was produced by Fessenden, James Felix McKinney, and Chris Ingurdson, and co-produced by Gabby Lehner. Colin Breezy was the cinematographer, following his previous position in Glass ipix production Foxhole. Drawings for the central character’s artwork were created for the film by Brooklyn-based artist John Mitchell.
the sword Shot in local shops and locations in New York’s Hudson Valley and serves as a portrait of the area, including Woodstock, Olivebridge, Andes, and Kingston. Many local businesses generously supported independent production. Fessenden explains, “My approach was to mix a nature documentary style with the fictional tropes of the werewolf story, a constant interest in combining realism with stylization, and themes of modern society with classic monster movie clichés. “
Make-up and special effects were handled by long-time Glass Ipix collaborators Brian Spears and Peter Gernerwho previously created Frankenstein’s Monster for Fessenden’s 2019 film laughing. Fessenden comments, “Yes, I’m competing with Marvel and Bloomhouse to make my own Monsters, but at a very different price.” Fessenden’s 1997 film habit A vampire film that is somewhat different because of its 90’s New York atmosphere and natural approach to the genre.