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The Lost Soles - The Movie
September 2001
Written and Directed by Terry Birston
Story by KC WIlliams, Deborah Bartel, and Terry Birston
Produced by KC Williams

Features the songs:
"Honeychild"
"Invinsible"
"Time"
"The River"
"Down"
Written and Performed by
Cory Adam, Tim Holden, Rick Margerisson, and Don Sawatzky.

"The Bottle Song"
Written and Performed by
Chad Baker and Terry Birston

"SMAX"
"Return Of The King"
Written and Performed by
Terry Birston


CLICK HERE for an indepth scene by scene anaylsis, commentary, and explaination of the film.

Premiered at Wise Guy's Bar & Grill downtown September 20, 2001
We enjoyed ourselves a great deal and enjoyed meeting everyone.  Special thanks to everyone who made it out!

CLICK HERE for social Pictures

Has since been shown at the MicroCinema and the 2003 edition of KeyCon.

Acting Credits:

Geoff...................................Geoff Schilke
Beth....................................Racheal Bulman
Doctor/Cult Leader.............Chad Baker
The Jefe..............................KC Murray
Jefe Girl #1........................Janice Spender
Jefe Girl #2........................Brianne Reid
Barney................................Terry Birston
Christine.............................Deborah Bartel
Jumper/Cult member.........Mike Janis
Mr. Gnome.........................as himself


Details:

The Lost Soles is the first project from us.  It began in earnest in late June of 2001 with the script being finilized.  It was shot using a home mini-DV camera, primarily over two week-ends in July.  Lights were provided by the Winnipeg Film Group at drasticly reduced rate.

The sound was recorded by Tim Holden, seperately from the video.  Not something normally done with digital.  Its drawbacks were the need to use a clapper and manually sync the sound.  A time consuming process.  However it did allow for Tim to do some pre-mastering to the sound, which helped us out in the end.

It was edited on a home computer using Video Factory 2.0.  An inexpensive and fun to use program.




CLICK HERE for poster!!!