Thursday, July 08, 2010

More pics from the filming

This is the scene that made me cry. It was the first image that came to my mind nearly 5 years ago when I first created the world of Atlantis in my mind - a prince in chains. Who was he? Why was he captive? When I saw this on set, it actually brought me to tears.

And here is the evil vampire goddess who held Prince Conlan in chains, Anubisa in the cold, cold flesh (photo courtesy of Johnny St. Ours):

I will never, ever be able to say enough wonderful things about video and song producers Radiator Music, director Johnny St. Ours, and DP/cinematographer Andy and his crew at Plus of course the talented cast, led by Autumn Adele and Lee Dahlberg (Anubisa and Prince Conlan, above). Absolutely amazing and talented group of folks. I also must thank the wonderful folks at the Green Cove Springs historical jail, Fort Castillo de San Marcos, and the St. Augustine lighthouse. More pics later, including a full list of credits, when the pain from the whiplash subsides. (sigh)



Kate Douglas said...

I remember that scene, and you're right. This is absolutely perfect!

Natascha said...

Hi Alyssa,

OMG such amazing photo's. I'm just after starting in the warriors of poseidon series and still have to catch up with the rest of the reading/blogging world but this is really marvellously captured. Looking forward to seeing more!

Hows the whiplash pain? I know how you feel I have the same and some days are just the worst! I hope you feel better soon.

Warm Wishes

practimom said...

Oh, Alyssa, they look sooo good! i cannot wait to see the final video. I would have been in tears too. I will probably cry when i see it!

Tanya1224 said...

Wow...I loved your book and conlan. It's so cool that its being brought to life. I can't wait to see the video.

PIRÆUS said...

It has been a real pleasure working with you on this video. Many thanks again for entrusting your wonderful story to me and Radiator Music.
Just a note: We didn't bring Alyssa's characters to life... she did. My crew and I merely brought them to 'light'