Brian C. Taylor and En Queue Film are pleased and terrified to announce that Last Human Being, our newest story, a sci-fi mystery will be moving forward into pre-production stages.
The novella, Brian's first published book of fiction will be released in the coming days.
Plans to turn that book into a film will begin immediately.
Our first step after the release of the book will be to produce a short film of a few minutes length. This film will be used to generate interest in the project as well as possibly being released to festivals.
Casting for the short film has already started. If you are interested in acting in the film please go to www.lasthumanbeing.com
EQF will also be launching a campaign to raise funds for the feature film after the release of the book.
Good day, I hope everyone is enjoying their pending spring.
If there is one thing I've learned during my years operating EnQueue Film, it is that operations need to stay flexible and dynamic, because they are in a constant state of flux.
For instance, in a previous post, Fall 2014's update, I talked about how our next film "Real Country Dark" is going to be this or that. Turns out, it's going to be a script on a shelf for a while.
It's simply too expensive a project to undertake right now.
It will be made someday, I hope, it's a good flick, dark, disturbing, true.
In the meantime I have written a new script (and book, now available here) entitled Last Human Being. It is a science fiction mystery about a young man sent to gather intelligence from a mysterious consciousness known only as "the Other" in a drug-induced dream state.
Aside from the release of the book, the film is in preliminary pre-production, gathering interested parties, developing a plan.
The film was specifically written to be affordable to make, enticing to investors and audiences alike.
I look forward to sharing it with you.
Kora Vanderlip, who helped shoot much of Battle at Beaver Creek, also shot many hours of behind the scenes footage, documenting the making of the film.
After interviewing Brian Taylor, she edited this making of video, which will appear on the DVD.
Brian C. Taylor and En Queue Film are proud to have released Battle at Beaver Creek last night.
It is already being watched all over the world.
We have chosen REELHOUSE as our main portal and DISTRIFY as our option for those of you with the ability to share the film to make money.
To watch the film go here
If you have enough traffic, influence or friends to share with, you can make 10% of the rental and purchase price of Battle at Beaver Creek. Go here
Thanks to the cast, crew, friends family and everyone involved with the film.