Category: All the Others Were Practice BLOG

  • the First Storyboards

    Read the Storyboards Get a feel for how the film will look with these storyboards that illustrate the first four scenes from the film. Storyboards are used in a lot of different ways in making a film. We are using storyboards to help reduce the cost of the production. The boards give us a chance…

  • Post-Gay

    All the Others Were Practice is a movie about a queer guy, a gay guy. A homo-sexual. But he doesn’t wholly define himself as gay, or queer, or homosexual. He’s a guy. He works his job, hangs out with his friends, hopes to find love with the perfect guy. In America, the word gay is associated…

  • SF Pride 2011

    [slideshow_deploy id=’5636′]   We were in the San Francisco Pride Parade! It was perfect weather as we walked down Market passing out stickers, between peta and HomeDepot. Where else will HomeDepot and peta march together? It makes me think of what we’re trying to do with the characters in All the Others Were Practice. Queer people…

  • The Story

    Jôrge is happy. Yes, he’s alone, but he’s happy. He has no problem getting dates, it’s relationships that confound him. And he doesn’t want to complicate his life with a relationship. He works in his cubicle, hangs out with his friends, sits around his apartment. He’s fine! Then Jôrge gets set up with up with…

  • Table Reading

    On Sunday February 27, we had a script reading with six very talented actors from the Bay Area reading all 34 roles. The table reading was tremendously helpful, and the script received very well by the cast and small audience. The reading illuminated a few spurs in the story, and they have been smoothed out.…

  • Credits

    Written & Directed by Brian Tolle Producers Brian Tolle Travis Valentine Matthew Valenti Executive Producers Carol Barnes Rachael Reinert Cast Charlie Ballard – Jôrge Kimberly Maclean – Tina Chris Morrell – Tony Antonio Sommers – Larry Liam Vincent – Terry Lawrence Radecker – George Bennie Bell – Glen Kathleen Antonia – Pam Chantelle Tibbs –…