Sunday, July 11, 2010

Henri 2.0

A sci-fi that will be seen at the next Sundance film festival, Henri 2.0, promises to get noticed.Check out a few photos from the latest movie shoot at my husband's blog Clark Schaffer.



15 comments:

Roland D. Yeomans said...

I tried to visit your husband's blog yesterday night and only got an oops message -- thrice (I figured if it worked for Merlin, it would work for me -- no such luck.)

Have a great week, Roland

Roland D. Yeomans said...

I used your link and got to the post. I'm glad your husband loves his work since it consumes so much of his time.

I tried to read more and leave a comment but it gave me the Oops message again. So here I came.

welcome to my world of poetry said...

I too couldn't get through to your husbands' site.
Will try later,
Yvonne.

Rick said...

Thanks for the comments and the follow back :) This particular scottish man wasn't dreamy i can promise you!

Yeah a guy can dream, just involved with a few shorts but it's exciting. I see you're enthusiasts too. Can't believe your husband worked on Iron man!! Amazing!

Thanks again

Rick

Rick said...

Thanks for the comments and the follow back :) This particular scottish man wasn't dreamy i can promise you!

Yeah a guy can dream, just involved with a few shorts but it's exciting. I see you're enthusiasts too. Can't believe your husband worked on Iron man!! Amazing!

Thanks again

Rick

Angie said...

That looks very cool!

Phoenix said...

Oooh, I'm a total sci-fi geek girl so I'll be running over to your husband's blog to check that out! How cool!!

Write Chick said...

It was cool to see how they do that sci-fi stuff in real life. Clark completely rocks!

Susan Fields said...

Those were great photos - it sounds like your husband has a fascinating job!

I posted pictures of my earrings and bracelet set on my blog today. Thanks again!

Mr. Stupid said...

That's a lot of work. I am just glad he loves his job. Must be a fun thing to create all sci-fi stuff. Great pictures...:)

The Urban Cowboy said...

It would way cool to work in the movies, especially sci-fi!

Cheryl said...

Too cool! My husband is a Sci-Fi / SyFy NUT! He's slowly gotten me interested in it too :)

James Lewis said...

Henri's a stud.
It was a lot of fun watching him in action.

Mr Monkey said...

thats great - I love behind the scenes photos.
Mr Monkey

Patricia A. Timms said...

How exciting!

I'm from Utah and remember a time when the Sundance Film Festival wasn't all that popular yet and they would advertise in Salt Lake by handing out free tickets practically begging everyone to take part, but no one wanted to see an independant film.

Then when I was old enough and actually wanted to go to the film festival, getting in was impossible.

I'm so glad independant films have come so far in the public eye and are finally getting the recognition they deserve.

Keep up the hard work!