Today I type in English basically because it feels so!
At the London headquarters of Danseuse Films, much hard-work is being carried out over the last few days, yet it is all exciting, very.
We currently are at a critical phase with Mariemma’s documentary, and I’m very glad to say it is all going so-far so-good. At the point where we are, it may certainly be the most critical moment on the entire project. You may be wondering why…
It is now that, after all these months of exciting, if tiring research; never-matching budgeting figures; carefully planning for far improvising; and smoothly filming in the most unlikely situations, we have accomplished almost all the shooting required (pending a couple of simple and well-thought beautiful reconstruction scenes) and so this is the time when and where thoughts, ideas, interviews, archive imagery and music, and our instinct for the type of story I’ve personally written and want to tell, they all must come together in the nicest and smoothest possible way, forward! And the happiest news about this all is that it is not arrogance, but it really feels the project is nicely coming!!
I do believe we still have a nice couple of busy months of work and inevitable pain, but I really really have the feeling things are to work out and the project is to come out with outstanding results!
Tomorrow I’m watching the first chapter almost in full, and trimmed to the wonderful music which accompanies it. And frankly, can’t wait for it, yet I must. And I need to keep relaxing as I do and am now, until when our wonderful editor, Beatriz, will cross the threshold of our London headquarters (9am sharp as a shark), hard drive in hand, and willing to have another nicely productive session where creativity will keep flowing gently, yet continuously pushing forward.
More after the meeting, great things going on.