We have the EVO 42" and the things a beast. We've had it for years and we love it. We don't have a large van for our production business so this works so well as we can just put it in the flatbed of our Toyota Tacoma and build it when we get on site. Yes, the price is a little steep at 3k, but this is like a tripod in that you'll have this thing for decades. I don't regret purchasing it at all. Highly recommend!
Hi Ms Anderson-Moore,
Quick question. How much time do you recommend having before and after the film? My film is an hour and thirty minutes and we were planning on having a Q and A session afterwards. Would a half hour before and an hour after be enough time? Just wanted to get your thoughts given your experience. Thanks in advance!
Producer / Alpha Classhttp://www.alphaclassmovie.com
Miss Anderson-Moore, you have no idea how helpful this article has been at this exact point in time of me being a filmmaker and I can't wait until the second article comes out (no, like really, when's it coming out? ;) I am planning on releasing my first full length documentary in the Fall about my hazing experience as a fraternity member at Arizona State University (https://youtu.be/7tr99OLllg8 if anyone is interested) and I was having such a hard time communicating with the local theaters to have our premiere. It almost gave me doubts of not wanting to do a theatrical run at all. Just reading this article and hearing about Tugg and your experience with it, I'm excited to start this new journey and not only get the premiere showing secured, but do a whole theatrical run across the country! Thanks so much once again and I really look forward to reading more about your distribution experience with The Brave New Wild.