Wednesday, June 13, 2007

I'm Shooting a MOVIE!!!!

I know what you're thinking, how does making a movie have anything to do with beauty?

Well, for starters, filmmaking is an aesthetic medium - it's about a visceral connection with the film and it's audience. Movies are beautiful in their own right, even if the subject matter is griddy and/ or scary. Do you actually know how much work goes into making a film? It's a collaborative experience, thus experts from all different disciplines come together to provide their voice, their take on the writer's story.

So even if you don't buy that filmmaking has anything to do with beauty in a "beauty banter" way, you'll at least recognize that two of these departments, wardrobe and make-up, are all about the beauty!

I have written a short film that I will begin directing tomorrow. Along for the ride, are some fabulous individuals whose time, skills and efforts will make this an unforgettable experience.

Thanks to Cover Girl Cosmetics for their generous donation and incredible make-up (see, I told you it would have something to do with beauty!). All of the actresses will be wearing Cover Girl Cosmetics!
Make-up artist Sole Alberti will be glamming up the girls!

And thanks to American Apparel for donating our ENTIRE wardrobe! These talented actresses are sure to look fabulous in American Apparel's fun and flirty clothing!

So, I will be writing about my filmmaking experience for the next couple of days... And I'll be sure to provide tons of pics of hair, make-up and clothes!

Here's a preview of my five cheerleaders!



(From Left: Melissa Ordway, Kelly Kruger, Cameron Richardson, Bevin Prince and Julia Lehman)

And another picture ala Virgin Suicides...




So stay tuned... and visit beauty banter every day for updates!

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

I'm excited about this. I learned allot about beauty by having to deal with climate changes and time of day that you really do learn by being on set- especially as a director:)!

Nicole

Erika said...

Congrats Sarah! Sounds like fun :)

Alexandra said...

Honestly, without beauty the movie industry would have no business. It's all about the illusion, right? Have a ball with your directorial debut and can't wait to see your finished product.
-Alx.

Toya said...

OMG. Congratulations!

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