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Running Wild Films, LLC is a small studio dedicated to making films in Arizona.
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Monthly Archives: February 2011
Dean Veglia is one of my favorite actors to work with. At the stage reading of the Big Something, he read three different roles and nailed each one. But it was his reading of Harlan, a creepy dwarf, which impressed me the most. I feel that Dean is as essential to Running Wild Films as [...]
We recently filled the role of Rupert, one of the record store clerks who aids Lewis in his investigation. Kasim Aslam has a dynamic personality and we’re glad to have him on the team. Here is Rupert, in his own words: What I love about me (Rupert) is that I’m honest. And not in the virtuous [...]
The owners of local coffee shop Gold Bar Espresso (http://goldbarespresso.org/, located on the North East corner of Southern and McClintock) have agreed to let us shoot a scene from The Big Something there. With minor alterations, it will serve as the movie’s chess-playing hangout, where Lewis gets the skinny on his prime suspect: Cliff, a chess/jazz/Ed-Sullivan [...]
Read all about it: Actor Rob Edwards has been cast in the role of Murphy, the Big Something’s quintessential bum detective. Here’s what Rob has to say about Murph. Check back in for more casting news as pre-production on BS swings along. Rob Edwards “Murphy can be brutally honest and takes pride in the fact [...]
For the team behind The Big Something, February is a month of casting. With only a few months away from production, we’re focused on filling those characters with hard-working, passionate actors. To begin, I’d like to announce that Sandy Kim has been cast in the role of Melinda, the record store owner’s widow. I [...]
I came back from New Mexico and went immediately to my bookshelf. My fingers gripped the spine of a book that I feel is very important. It is called, Herzog on Herzog, a series of interviews collected in which the Bavarian filmmaker discusses his work. A little ways into it, I found a quote, something [...]