It’s finally time for Do Not Disturb to start heading out into the world! After all of the blood, sweat and tears it’s ready to be judged, loved, ridiculed, who knows!
We’ve officially screened the film for cast and crew and hopefully in the near future Do Not Disturb will make it’s way out into the world via festivals and/or some other kind of release for people to enjoy.
In celebration, we have for you the premiere of the official trailer below… Enjoy!
If the trailer didn’t spell it out for you – Do Not Disturb is actually five films, by five different directors, with five different crews, and five different editors that are all tied together into one giant whole. All the individual films work as complete shorts but also tie into something greater to form one feature with one storyline.
Since this is a giant lego project, there is a strong possibility of it popping up at festivals as either individual pieces and/or one feature. Only time will tell!
The film was directed by Eric Balfour, Petro Papahadjopoulos, Laura Henry, Jon Mann-Krieger and Brandon Nicholas and stars Diva Zappa along with Eric Balfour (24, Six Feet Under ), Lindsay Pulsipher (True Blood), Maureen Flannigan (90210, 7th Heaven), Harris Goldberg (Numb, Deuce Bigalow), Jason Alan Smith (The Big Valley) and Troy Garity (Kerosene Cowboys)… oh and me.
Also, check out our website DNDthemovie.com for more information and updates on the film!
In case you’ve missed any of the the making of DND, here’s a little something to help you catch up…
- Making of Death Takes a Holiday Inn
- The Making of Intrinsic
- The Making of Prom
- The Making of Oceans Away!
- The Making of Duccios Madonna
- Do Not Disturb: Photos from Final Two Films
- Do Not Disturb: It’s a Wrap!
- Do Night Disturb: Tough Day on Set
- Do Not Disturb: Oceans Away Photos
- Set Dec and Paint
- The Set is Up!
- Do Not Disturb – And Then it Was Finished
- Stepping Back and Looking In
- Do Not Disturb: Intrinsic and Death Takes a Holiday Inn Begins
- Mali to the Movies: Getting Going
- Mali to the Movies: Why It Must Be Done