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If I'm not mistaken, this coming Monday, JUSTINE will go into Color Correction. The sound track work and fine cutting is officially completed but it's never over until the director says it's over. The screen time came down to 143 minutes. Amy is going to see it and she might call for more cutting and if Jac agrees, it will happen. Amy is very good at making those kind of suggestions. Jac does not always agree. So the film is nearly done. Nearly. No one has seen it yet, except the director, of course, so everyone is just waiting to see the final result of that incredibly tough job. Yes, there were fun times too.


We still have a GREAT SALE! Get our movies with a 30% discount if you buy two or more! This sale will be over soon. It's a great opportunity to get our films at a great discount. Get your download or DVD NOW!. Yes, I'm pushing our products because that's what I do. They are more than just products, they are beautiful movies and lots of people talk about them a lot. One recent comment on FB was Jac Avila's MALEFICARUM starring Amy Hesketh makes all other films about the "Holy" Inquisition that I have ever seen pale by comparison. Even Ken Russel's THE DEVILS does not come close. This film is well worth watching, if you are strong enough to face the pain of historical truth made too real to ignore.


Yes, Maleficarum reigns supreme, still. Is JUSTINE going to get up close? Time will tell. We're very excited about the release of this new movie and we wonder where it is going to take us. But, even as the release gets closer, other things are happening and hapenning fast. In a couple of weeks Jac will be heading to the Amazon rainforest to shoot a documentary. He envisions it almost as the journey of Aguirre, in The Wrath of God, where Klaus Kinsky takes a boat up a river, with a beautiful woman by his side, in search of who knows what. Well, Jac will be doing the same, he'll take a boat up the same river, he'll be with a young beautiful woman, searching for poachers who are killing jaguars. In his first aid kit he has antidote for snake bite poison. It's that kind of journey. It brings back memories of my time in the Jungle.


That journey came about sometime after we had released El Hombre de la Luna, the miniseries that brought Jac and Carmen together. I'm sharing a trailer here. In the picture above you can see Carmen, Beto, Jac and Me standing in front of the small plane that took us to the Magdalena, a town near the river that would take us in search of pink dolphins. Beto is known for his role as Francisco Verdugo, the Inquisitor in Maleficarum, and The Butler in Barbazul. That picture brings back lots of memories, so does the trailer below. It is very nice to watch it, indeed.

El Hombre del la Luna



When we were shooting the series, Jac had some GIMP scenes. There was one actress, MaRe who trained for her role, that of a young prostitute that is tortured to death. She spent a few months with Jac working on her scene to get it right. So, Carmen, MaRe and Me were very busy back then, suffering for our art at the hands of our director.


There was no nudity in The Man of the Moon, but there was enough GIMP for the time and the place. It was, after all, shown on prime time television. I'm going back in time and to this precise time, because of what is to come. Is like that theory that says that the past and the present meet at one point like the edges of a Taco or something like that. We're experiencing something like a Time Loop in more ways than one. Back then, early 90's, we worked on a TV series and we went to the Amazon to shoot a doc. Decades later, Jac is going back to the Amazon to shoot a doc and at his return he's preparing a TV series. There will be films in between, of course. But it's intriguing that the first time he went there, in 1996, he did it with Carmen and Me, the second time, exactly ten years later, in 2006, he went there with Me and Amy and now another ten years later, 2016, he's going with someone totally new, Liz, a 26 year old who resembles, in a very eery way, Jac's first wife and co-producer with whom he went to Haiti and Cuba to make his first film. Life is totally crazy, isn't it?. And each time Jac ventured in that particular part of the world it was the beginning of something completely new.


In the meantime, there are two actresses that want to work with Jac. I'll have some interesting pictures soon. Below is one of the actresses, aptly named, her real name, Scarlet. They are the first two NEW candidates for Maleficarum II - Monxa Mala.

Scarlet, the new candidate


In May, 1988, 28 years ago Jac was on his way to the Cannes Film Festival to premiere his first film, Krik? Krak! Tales of a Nightmare, where he combined documentary footage he shot in Haiti with dramatizations shot in Cuba (playing the part of colonial Haiti) and it was hard to tell the difference, he did this before Oliver Stone used that style in JFK, by the way, and in two reviews separated by a couple of years, the reviewers said exactly the same thing about two different films. "it combines documentary footage with dramatizations in such a way that it is hard to tell which is which". That year he showed up at my door, we met two years before, 1986 (ten years before we embarked in that jungle trip) but I didn't hear from him again until that moment in the summer of '88, not even a letter, when he came to invite me to join him in a wild, life changing adventure. In Krik Krak he managed to insert some awesome GIMP.


It is 2016, 30 years after I met him! and we're busier than ever, with two feature films to be released, two features in pre-production, a TV series in development, a documentary about to enter production and a Grand Plan Divine that includes a revamping of our site, redfeline.com, to include some really cool stories. I'll talk about that later.


That's it for now! I will return with more news about the release of JUSTINE and our Grand Plan Divine!
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