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Welcome! January 6, 2011

Posted by William J. Meyer in Jack's Extras.
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Thank you for visiting the making-of blog for The House That Jack Built, a short fairy tale-horror-romance shot in the beautiful state of Wisconsin!

We invite you to poke around and follow the journey taken by both the cast and the crew. You will find posts detailing every step of the process, from casting to visual effects.

And be sure to visit our Vimeo page to watch the film in its entirety.

If you’ve already seen The House That Jack Built, we’d appreciate a rating or review on our IMDb page!

take care,

-William, Director


Sindre Stalks Through Maine March 21, 2011

Posted by William J. Meyer in Jack's Festivals & Screenings.
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The House That Jack Built is part of the Lewiston-Auburn Film Festival and will be screening Saturday, April 2nd at 2:45pm at Fish Bones American Grill!

The festival features over seventy movies from over a dozen countries, and, as explained on the festival’s website:

Instead of sticking you in a traditional cineplex, each location participating in LAFF is doubling as a theater for one day only. These locations will host either an afternoon of movies or an afternoon of workshops. One ticket will get you in to all of the movies and workshops.

Go for the film, stay for the Pan-Seared Maine Salmon served with garlic teriyaki glaze and ramen noodles in a shitake miso broth!

-William, Director

Into the Woods June 16, 2010

Posted by William J. Meyer in Jack's Videos.
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As we scamper off into the woods to rejoin our primordial brethren, I would like to present the final video from our Vimeo channel!

“Into the Woods: Making ‘The House That Jack Built.'”

This video contains spoilers.

In this making-of video, explore the true nature of the gardener Jack as seen through the eyes of the filmmaking team that created the fairy tale-horror-romance short film.

Thanks again everyone! You can follow Jeff and Georgia’s new projects over at Golden Tooth Productions, and you can see what I’m up to on the Twitters.

-William, Director