Here are a few photos of props made by Margaret Marie Hubbard and Jeffrey Walton for the film. Included are the Monster’s heart, progress photo and completed photo. Justine’s neck brace, progress photo and completed photo. Also, a photo of the gears made for the Monster’s neck piece. This was attached to the Monster and was made to actually shoot steam out of it. These gears are completely original items. I drew up the plans for crafting them and Jeffrey Walton used a CNC machine to craft the base gears and a die grinder to sculpt and shape it. Everything for the neck gears was made specifically for the amazing Matt Risoldi who played The Monster.
Thank you for your continued support!
Cogs & Gears,
Margaret Marie Hubbard
We’ll be screening the abridged version of Frankenstein’s Monster (86 minutes). It is wonderful to screen in our hometown! Q & A after bpth screenings. Saturday will have a few words from filmmaker Judith B. Shields. Sunday the film will be introduced by the film’s technical director Christopher Lowe (designed special effects and steampunk laboratory) as well as our co-editor and documentarist Peter Kovic.
Saturday May 24th
Theatre Room 362 (3rd floor)
Sunday May 25th
Theatre Room 362 (3rd floor)
Congratulations to Dustin Sturgill (Victor Frankenstein) and Tim Ashby (Clerval) for their nominations for C47 Houston Best Actor! Along with Matt Risoldi, this makes three nominations for the award. Best wishes gentlemen!
Optional steampunk costume that was chosen not to be used in the film. Dustin Sturgill as Victor Frankenstein
Victor and Clerval in lab
Dustin Sturgill as Victor Frankenstein works on body
Clerval and Victor go to the Frankenstein house
Victor Frankenstein (Dustin Sturgill) and Clerval (played by Tim Ashby)
Dustin Sturgill (Victor Frankenstein) Works in lab
Victor Frankenstein played by Dustin Sturgill
Thanks for everyone’s support in following Frankenstein’s Monster.
We have some announcements–
There will be a FREE screening of Frankenstein’s Monster in Pasadena, Texas next Wednesday. This will be one of the last opportunities to see our film festival “art house” version of the film. This version has more lines from Mary Shelley’s literary work and runs at 108 minutes.
The local FREE screening is:
Wednesday April 16th, 2:45-4:10pm San Jacinto Central Campus, Pasadena Texas (Room–C14.264 Student Center Ballroom) 8060 Spencer Hwy, Pasadena, TX 77505
The Student Center Ballroom C14.264 (upstairs) is located in the middle of the campus.
The second announcement:
We have been welcomed to screen at Comicpalooza. The date has not yet been announced. At Comicpalooza, our goal will be to have a test screening of a shorter version of the film. This version will be roughly 95 minutes. This test screening will be unique to Comicpalooza.
May 23-26, 2014 (specific date/time TBA)
Houston, TEXAS Screening at Comicpalooza plus panel special event!
Trailer 4 for Frankenstein’s Monster (2013) is a short length trailer which emphasizes the Monster’s character. Original music by Ryan Cockerham.
Way to go! Here is the trailer from an upcoming film, I.C., created by Nicola Matrangolo and our Cinematographer/Co-Editor Slava Vlad.