In the month of August of last year Javier, the director, traveled to West Virginia to meet up with Tyler, the editor, and sound designer of the film, to keep working with the post production after they had been separated by the COVID phenomenon. They knew that getting together physically would contribute to the creative energy and push the story of the film forward. Since then, they have been able to create the first full length rough cut of 1 hour and 34 minutes.
After such an exciting accomplishment the production team began a series of screenings with larger team at La Maraña and other filmmaker colleagues. They have been taking feedback and gone back to the drawing board to carry out the work required in order to jump into the “Fine Cut” phase. The “Fine Cut” is the moment in whichthe form of the story is polished to generate a maximum involvement from the audience. While doing so the team of La Maraña has met with the communities depicted to schedule screenings for when the film is close to its final stage.
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