Review of Frankenstein’s Monster (a steampunk-light Independent Film) posted by Steampunk Library– a website dedicated to strengthen literacy through incorporating steampunk in school library collections.
“…I highly suggest it for classrooms and libraries that want a visual companion for the novel. It will likely keep younger viewers’ attention better than a recorded play thanks to it’s score and sweeping artistic landscape shots.”
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via Frankenstein’s Monster.
We would like to thank the Elissa for the generous opportunity to film aboard. We had fun!
This weekend will be our last production date. From there–we will focus more on our post production.
Below we have an opening moment from Frankenstein’s Monster.
Hi everyone! Judith B. Shields here. I just wanted to share some moments from the shoot.
Here we have a few moments from when Victor Frankenstein returns home and also a shot of young William Frankenstein playing in a field.
We still have 14 scenes left to shoot in March. However, we’ve started the post-production process for the other scenes. Matt G. is editing video first then the audio team will tackle the project. Even though is seems a little quiet here on the blog–it isn’t quiet in the production. The lead team has been meeting about two nights a week reviewing the dailies. We’re very excited about what we’re building. I cannot wait to share with all of you Frankenstein’s Monster. Once we hit the independent film circuit, I’ll keep this blog updated as we know when we’ll be shown at a city near you. Thank you again for your support!
-Judith B. Shields
Victor Frankenstein returns home