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    Episode 131 – The One About Valerian & War For the Planet of The Apes

    JC and Rita are back with a jam packed episode! DragonCon Media Director Dan Carroll joins the dynamic duo to give us the latest on DragonCon. Plus we talk Valerian, War for the Planet of the Apes, Doctor Who, Stranger Things and so much more!

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    Transmissions From Atlantis 131 – The One About Valerian & War For the Planet of the Apes

    • Opening
    • Rapid Fire
      • Voltron Trailer
      • Stranger Things season 2 Trailer
      • Westworld Season 2 Trailer
      • Ready Player One
      • Star Trek Discovery trailer
      • The Walking Dead Season 8 Trailer/ Walking Dead Comic moving toward end game
      • Stargate Origins – new Stargate web series!
      • David Tennant cast in Final Space animated series
    • Transmission has been received
      • DragonCon Media Director Dan Carroll
    • Main Topic
      • Valerian
      • War for the Planet of the Apes
    • DoctorWho
      • Christmas Special Trailer!
      • The Doctor’s Daughter on Big Finish!
      • Could Kris Marshall actually be the Doctor’s Companion?
      • Passing of Deborah Watling
    • Before we go – Sacha’s Movie – the Secret Garden
    • Closing with the Beatles’ Because (Valerian version)

     

     

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    Principal Photography is Done, Post Production Begins on Seekers!

    FilmingLastDayWell, its been about a minute hasn’t it? I apologize for not giving you more fun nuggets of the process. Rita and I dove headlong into post production and for those of you who have never experienced the joy of putting your film together – it’s definitely an all-encompassing experience. More on that in a second.
    Since we’re in post production, obviously we wrapped on principal photography of Seekers of the Lost Worlds. It was a fun last day, where we filmed some car scenes, did some re-shoots and pickups on some other scenes we needed.

    After we completed filming, we had a fun wrap party were we had gifts handed out (movie posters for each member of the cast, signed by the cast and production team) and we watched a fun gag reel that I threw together at the last minute. By the way, you’ll get to see a polished version of that gag reel with our subscription service. More on that in a later post.

    In any event, it was a fun time and I can’t tell you how much we miss Jim, Shanel, Allison and the rest of the cast and crew. We hadFilmingLastDay3 such fun with this group, we hope it will translate on the screen.

    That’s what post-production is all about. Not only is about adding special effects, color correction, foley and music but you are crafting your story and creating the mood with color balance. Its looking at what you shot, discarding what you can’t use or what made sense at the time but doesn’t now. It’s seeing what you screwed up on and either scheduling a reshoot or putting it in the discard bin.

    While Rita and I have done small web productions before – this was our first full on feature production and it was a definite learning experience. We did some things really well and we did some things completely bass ackward. I know we’ll be taking a lot of the things we’ve learned with this production and apply it going forward.

    When we started Seekers of the Lost Worlds, we had ambitions for a little youtube webseries. Each episode was written for 10-12 minutes in length and there were going to be eight of them.

    As we’ve worked through the story and our ambitions have grown a little bigger, we wanted to do more than just that little web PostProductionseries. It’s caused us to rethink how we’re putting it together. First we thought of combining the episodes into four 20 minute episodes – a mini-series if you will but with most mini-series having at least 45-60 minute episodes, that wasn’t going to work. Then we thought, well, maybe two 40 minute episodes.

    First, that was kinda lame. Two episodes doesn’t really make a mini-series and truth be told, of the footage we shot, we may have 70-75 minutes of usable footage.

    So Seekers of the Losts Worlds will be a feature film. It actually makes our life a lot easier, as now we don’t need to make two different version (mini-series and film) to distribute to Netflix and overseas.

    Its also easier on you, our beloved Seekers. You won’t have to purchase multiple episodes, you can just purchase (or rent) the film. I think it works better for everyone around.

    So that’s where we are – headlong into post production. We’re a tiny bit behind schedule do to…well, life, but well on track to giving you what we hope is a fun, entertaining adventure.

    Be sure to follow us on twitter @SeekersOTLW and on Facebook for the latest info on how things are going.

     

    Episode 99 – Misti-Con 2015, Brazen Wench Productions and Tomorrowland!

    JC and Rita are back with another action packed episode. This week we tell you all about the amazing Harry Potter convention Misti-Con 2015. We also tell you  about our new roles with Brazen Wench Productions – what does it mean for the show? What does it mean for all the other projects we’ve talked about over the past  few episodes? What are we actually doing? We let you know. Rita and JC also have a rant…sorry review on Disney’s Tomorrowland.

    In Doctor Who, we talk about Carol Ann Ford and John Barrowman’s potential return to the show, plus would Doctor Who work on Netflix? All this and more on  this week’s TFA!

    Transmissions From Atlantis 99 – MistiCon 2015, Brazen Wench Productions and Tomorrowland

    • Opening
    • MistiCon 2015
    • Brazen Wench Productions
    • Doctor Geek’s Moment of Science – Jet Pack
    • Tomorrowland
    • Doctor Who
    • Closing
        

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    Star Mage – The First Series Trade Paperback

    JC De La Torre, author of the critically acclaimed novel Ancient Rising, gives us a new fusion of Science Fiction and Magic in Star Mage! Darien Connors discovers he’s not from Earth, has strange magical powers, and is the key in an ancient war between two alien races of necromancers. Star Mage offers wizard battles with a side of spaceship warfare, alien worlds, and weird creatures.

    All six issues of the first series of JC De La Torre’s Sci-Fi and Fantasy Epic Star Mage are collected in to one awesome trade paperback. Including the six issues, this collection also features a new Star Mage story written by White Chapel co-writer Martin Dunn with art from Derrick Fish, crests of the Houses of Lambdu Kishpu and concept art by Ray Dillon and Franco Cespedes.

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    JC and Rita join Brazen Wench Productions!

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    Brazen Wench Productions, LLC announced the following today:

    “I am proud to announce JC De La Torre has officially joined the staff of Brazen Wench Productions, LLC.

    Jason C. De La Torre joins Brazen Wench as the Executive Vice President of New Media, Film and Television. JC will be a driving force in many of the productions from our existing team while leading the search for new undiscovered talent. He will also contribute to Brazen Wench as a producer and screenwriter for many of our projects.

    JC will bring all of his properties as a novelist and comics writer to Brazen Wench including the Ancient Rising saga, Continuum Force and Serial Vampire Series (aka White Chapel Vampires).

    He will lean on his education at the Connecticut School of Broadcasting, FilmSkills and Stage32 as well as his experience as producer and editor for the audio show and YouTube channel Transmissions From Atlantis to accentuate his new roles for Brazen Wench.

    JC is a voice actor in Brazen Wench’s science from fiction audio show, Doctor Geek’s Laboratory. He previously served as a columnist/blogger for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers blog site BucsNation.com. He’s also been a featured columnist for Bleacher Report on Tampa Bay sports, an editor and featured columnist for SB Nation Tampa Bay covering the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Tampa Bay Lightning and Florida Gators, wrote for NFL.com’s Blog Blitz and contributed to Pewter Report, one of the top magazines on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

    JC has a passionate love for Doctor Who, sports writing and speculative fiction writing. His work features action, adventure, horror, Sci-Fi, a bit of the supernatural and essentially something for everyone. His scripting and production interests will include all of these sub-genres as well as other interesting excursions.”

    Rita’s Announcement:

    “Rita De La Torre joins Brazen Wench as Executive Vice President of Business Affairs. In her role, Rita will oversee the budgets for the various Brazen Wench projects, manage Unit Production and Line Production as well taking an active role in financing and distribution of Brazen Wench properties.

    Rita brings an extensive resume of accounting, project management and human resources experience but has also shown a tremendous creative side as a novelist (Dark Dragon), cosplay designer and voice actor in Doctor Geek’s Laboratory.

    Rita is also co-producer and co-host of the audio show and youtube channel Transmissions From Atlantis. In addition to her business focus, Rita is will be an integral part in the creative process of all Brazen Wench projects which includes but not limited to editing, art/costuming, special fx and screenwriting.”

    http://brazenwench.com

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    JC and Rita join Brazen Wench Productions!

    Brazen-Wench-Version-2

    Brazen Wench Productions, LLC announced the following today:

    “I am proud to announce JC De La Torre has officially joined the staff of Brazen Wench Productions, LLC.

    Jason C. De La Torre joins Brazen Wench as the Executive Vice President of New Media, Film and Television. JC will be a driving force in many of the productions from our existing team while leading the search for new undiscovered talent. He will also contribute to Brazen Wench as a producer and screenwriter for many of our projects.

    JC will bring all of his properties as a novelist and comics writer to Brazen Wench including the Ancient Rising saga, Continuum Force and Serial Vampire Series (aka White Chapel Vampires).

    He will lean on his education at the Connecticut School of Broadcasting, FilmSkills and Stage32 as well as his experience as producer and editor for the audio show and YouTube channel Transmissions From Atlantis to accentuate his new roles for Brazen Wench.

    JC is a voice actor in Brazen Wench’s science from fiction audio show, Doctor Geek’s Laboratory. He previously served as a columnist/blogger for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers blog site BucsNation.com. He’s also been a featured columnist for Bleacher Report on Tampa Bay sports, an editor and featured columnist for SB Nation Tampa Bay covering the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Tampa Bay Lightning and Florida Gators, wrote for NFL.com’s Blog Blitz and contributed to Pewter Report, one of the top magazines on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

    JC has a passionate love for Doctor Who, sports writing and speculative fiction writing. His work features action, adventure, horror, Sci-Fi, a bit of the supernatural and essentially something for everyone. His scripting and production interests will include all of these sub-genres as well as other interesting excursions.”

    Rita’s Announcement:

    “Rita De La Torre joins Brazen Wench as Executive Vice President of Business Affairs. In her role, Rita will oversee the budgets for the various Brazen Wench projects, manage Unit Production and Line Production as well taking an active role in financing and distribution of Brazen Wench properties.

    Rita brings an extensive resume of accounting, project management and human resources experience but has also shown a tremendous creative side as a novelist (Dark Dragon), cosplay designer and voice actor in Doctor Geek’s Laboratory.

    Rita is also co-producer and co-host of the audio show and youtube channel Transmissions From Atlantis. In addition to her business focus, Rita is will be an integral part in the creative process of all Brazen Wench projects which includes but not limited to editing, art/costuming, special fx and screenwriting.”

    http://brazenwench.com

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