We’ve finally arrived in Washington D.C for a two weeks long taping session. First contact with the city is great and we’re lucky enough to have our place close by the National Mall. Again, thanks to all the backers who supported the project. It means a lot for us and be sure that you’re a with us in this adventure. We’ve started on saturday by looking for equipment. As we didn’t want to travel with a light kit or a bunch of tripods, we took the option to buy the stuff we needed here.
Here’s Jean Nicholas testing our video rig with a light sound set.
First round of interviews is set for tomorrow with the guys from Opensecret.org, and I must confess that we’re very excited about that. We have still a long to do list for the week, like prepping the other interview we have, scouting in the city to find the best spots for B-Roll, and also rehearsing for our conference at the Alliance Française on June 1st.
Last but not least we’re trying to release our Good Night and Good Luck video remix but as you can imagine days are short and a minor technical problem has put us behind schedule. So stay sharp, this should be released even before you can say “ouf” (this one is very french).
I’ll leave you there with that beautiful view of the Potomac river near the Cantina Marina where we relax at the end of the day.
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Thanks a lot and have a great week! Stay tuned for more during the week.
Gerald & Jean Nicholas