Tag: Commentary

Rachel on Paul the Hero

The reason I wore a costume in this movie is because I was playing ‘pioneers’. (before Adam dragged me away to make a movie) I have NEVER, EVER worn a costume before because Adam has no style. He didn’t even let Hope and I wear princess costumes in The Highwaymen!
Actually Adam has a style all his own. (:

Paul the Hero- BTS

Paul the Hero was the most effects heavy of any of our movies. It may not have been all that obvious, but I spent more time working on it’s effects than any movie beforehand, and this behind the scenes movie explains some of the effects, and gives you a little glimpse of how the SixSibs production company gets it’s actors to work.

Movie making Lesson

Here is the video of a “lecture” that I gave to some of the boys at our church,I have had the video clips put together for about 2 weeks but I was just able to find the right time record it this morning(it’s kind of hard to record audio around our house because whenever it’s quiet (early morning,late night) it usually needs to stay quiet and whenever it doesn’t need to stay quiet there isn’t usually a solid 5-10 minutes of total and complete silence.)The movie making lesson was the longest “speech”(at about 10 minutes) that I had ever given (although having movies to show helped cut down my actual speaking time). The movie version isn’t near as long(less than 5 minutes)
because I did most of the talking in my lesson after I showed the movies, where here I do a lot of the talking during the movies, I also had a question and answer time afterward. The movie version was kind of crazy at times because I put together the movie clips before I recorded the audio, so sometimes I was kind of rushed. I hope you learn something about how we make our movies!
So here it is:

Rachel’s Commentary

Here is a link to Rachel commenting on “The Case of the missing Cheese”:
Rachel Commentary
And here is some of the “outtakes”:

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