Amazing how fast the summer was over. The less than stellar temperatures this year sure didn’t help to give the impression of a long summer, but the main reason why time seemed to fly is of course that our team was busy shooting our new feature movie. Now that the sunny days are long gone, it seems to be a good time to look back at what we achieved… or didn’t. How far did the movie progress? From start of July till the end of November we spent 15 weekends on principal photography of “Luxembourg Mystery Tale” for a total of 21 shooting days. We managed to shoot around 70% of the movie, resulting in 1.200 minutes of footage. During the long winter nights we’ll watch all the footage and pick the best shots for final editing. At the same time we’ll work on the digital FX required in some shots. The remaining 30% of the movie will be shot next spring and summer in order to hopefully be able to release the movie in local cinemas as planned by the end of 2009. Other than that, we’re just plain happy about the truly great time we had with our actors and team during the last couple of months. It was an amazing and intense time and we certainly are looking forward to continue this great cooperation next year. Our initial plan was to publish some pictures of the shooting in this blog, but since we haven’t yet officially presented our movie or cast (which we will do when launching our marketing campaign by the end of 2009), we can only show some of the 2.000 pictures we took on the set of LMT. But these should give you at least a tiny impression of the shooting.