Monday, July 23, 2007

The movie for muscle cars is on! Bring yours to the filming!

If you know anyone who has a STOCK pre 1970 vehicle who would like to participate you would do me a humondoid favor by forwarding them this email! Dress in your most authentic 60's attire!

We will be filming on July 28 on South Santa Fe, in Vista. Between Escondido and Vista Village Dr.

Our center of operations will be at the Pepper Tree Frosty-,-117.23073&spn=0.020038,0.046778&z=15&om=1

The scenes that need the most cars are earlier in the day- 8:00am 10:30am
But we will be filming until 7 pm and could use any lollygaggers who would care to participate. Specifically at 11:30am 2:00pm 6-7ish pm

We would like you to park in the Pepper Tree parking lot first, the second bit of parking to take is all LEGAL street parking- I stress the LEGALLY part... no red zone.

If we fill up Pepper Tree and the streets you can also go to the Geib parking lot. We need to do our best not to impede on normal business operations.

We are independent film makers who support local business and we don't want to be a nuisance to anyone. Also! We have a scene being shot in Ocean Beach if you live in the San Diego area and would like to be a part of that please email me back and I'll give you details.
I'm sure a bunch of you are wondering what the movie is about, Cranberry Sauce is a period piece taking place in 1960's, which was a very confusing and difficult time for all who went through it.

Cranberry Sauce introduces us to Bobby Basic, and his friends in July of 1970- the year the Beatles broke up. Bobby has an irrational dislike of the pilgrims that gets laid out for us to pick up through out his day of interactions.

The point of Cranberry Sauce is to make us laugh and even learn as the more you watch it the more you'll pick up little nuances and subplots.

The man who wrote, produced, and is directing this film is Glen Quaranta. He owns an independent pizza shop in Oceanside, off the College exit on 78 in the Home Depot parking lot called Gianni's.

Glen and I will be there everyday this week before 4pm if you would like to stop by and see the shop, show off your car, or just ask us a question in person, or even order a pizza.

I am planning a wrap party there where pizza will fall from the skies and the beer will flow from the taps, so I'll keep you all updated on that.

If you have any questions for me my name is Terri with Pizza and a Movie Productions, and my phone number is 760-419-4405. Thank you very much and I hope to see you all again on July 28!