Tuesday, August 7, 2007


We sweep pan to:

Raynold Gideon and Bruce Evans, writer and director of the recent “Mr. Brooks,” walk the tracks, recalling memories of their ’86 classic, “Stand By Me.” With Director of Photography James Khanlarian shouldering the camera work, this specially rigged dolly tracks with Ray and Bruce as they recall the fortunate set of circumstances that brought their script for “Stand by Me” to the screen. Producer/Director Edmond Stevens provides questions for the writing duo.

Key Grip and Associate Producer
Justin Falahi, right, brings just the right amount of light to an interior shoot. Josh Weinstock, left, visits the Westwood office of Dr. Michael Zola, making a sales call as part of his daytime job meeting with dentists and M.D.s to support his familyand screenwriting side-gig.

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