How To Make A Movie

I recently was asked to do some behind the scenes work on a short feature that's currently being made. I realized, a lot of people don't get to see what happens during set life. They just get to see the outcome. These stills were shot over the course of two days at separate locations. I love movies, and I love seeing how they are created, from concept to roll to wrap. If a movie has bonus material or a 'Making Of' video, I'll be the first to see it. I also have a personal affinity for drag queens, so this was a particularly great opportunity to witness creativity in action. This story involves a man, sudden parental responsibility, and a friend who helps him. I really can't wait to see how this one turns out.



If you're unfamiliar with the work of Jimmy Marble, it may be time to familiarize yourself. 

Jimmy is a wildly talented photographer, filmmaker and artist. His backdrops are typically all self-made and conceptualized, and works in close tandem with friends to make his projects possible. I highly recommend checking out his directing reel!

The photos below are a sneak peek from one of his most recent shoots at The Forge: