Ever notice at the Academy Awards, they never hand out Oscars for Best Locations Manager or Best Truck Operator? Or what about Best Actor who doesn’t actually appear in the film but was hired to help the lead actor run through some of his scenes so he could have someone to bounce his lines off?
Well, on this installment of the Production Diaries for THE LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF ROSALIND LEIGH, we continue to sing the praises of the unsung heroes of the film crew.
Meet Chris Rowles, genny op extraordinare. David Dollard, location manager and rabid horror fan. And last and possibly least, Rue Morgue’s own Tal Zimerman whose spectacular ascendency in the film biz began with lead actor in Rue Morgue’s first short film and quickly rose to the coveted position of catering attendant on the next one.
These guys are as instrumental to the movie as anyone else, the invisible hands that make light work. Appreciate.
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