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Star Wars Fan Film - Filming Begins!

Posted by ToyBox Films on March 31, 2008 at 3:29 PM Comments comments (0)

Well, the Star Wars fan film script is finally complete. We began filming on Friday, March 14, 2008 and we will be picking it up again in a few more weeks when everything starts turning green again. Props and costumes are next on the list. We are making our own lightsaber hilts for this movie. I'm currently working on editing the video that we shot on our three days of shooting back in March. We've recorded the voice overs and Jim is adding in the music, sound effects and the visual effects such as CGI models and particle effects. The making of documentary and the deleted scenes reel are coming along just great too. We have some funny stuff so far and hope to capture so much more in the months to come. too. We're all looking forward to getting out and filming again soon.

DVD Covers & Posters Designs

Posted by ToyBox Films on April 10, 2007 at 3:27 PM Comments comments (0)

We're coming up with a few good movie posters and DVD cover designs, as well as making a couple movie intros.

Star Wars Fan Film Update

Posted by ToyBox Films on January 31, 2007 at 5:40 PM Comments comments (0)

I began typing out the very first scene that I wrote out for my Star Wars fan film. This will be a fun movie to work on if it is ever made.

ToyBox Film(s) is here!

Posted by ToyBox Films on December 9, 2006 at 8:25 PM Comments comments (1)

Today marks the creation of my new film company called ToyBox Film(s). Mostly it is just a rebranding of my original company. Having been doing video editing for the past 11 years through various media formats, this has been a long time in the making.

To be truthful, ToyBox Film or ToyBox Films origin story started back in 1995 under the JBR Pictures realm I had started back in the days the I would edit using my VHS camera and two VCRs. Then it evolved with the addition of mixing boards and then onto the digital editing with the early windows based non-linear video editing programs such as Avid Cinema, Video Wave SE and Video Studio.

Just a side note, I have been getting this idea of making or writing a Star Wars fan film. Recently I have been jotting done ideas for the opening scene that would take place on a starship.