On the set of “Courage, New Hampshire.”
My family has been involved with Courage for a while now, including my wife, Monique, who recently got hired on as an associate producer. I took a day, this past weekend, to hang around the set and grab a few pictures of the production. It’s really a unique show set just before the American Revolutionary War. Just about everything is filmed up at Riley’s Farm, in Oak Glen. If your courious about the show, you can check out the three previous episodes, or contribute to their IndieGoGo campaign which helps fund the current episode – there’s only a few hours left!
Jack and Zac rollin’ the sound for each take…. Zac loved yelling “SPEED!” before each take.
My dad is the 1st Assistant Director. He was getting everyone organized before each take.
Executive Producer, Jonathan Wilson even got dressed up for a few scenes.
Eric Drazin, director, Jim Riley, writer and creator of “Courage, New Hampshire,” and Drew Ganyer, director of photography, checking to make sure that film looks great!
Brendan, grip, waiting for the next scene to take.
Jack and Zac were extras for Saturday’s scene and got to dress in their “colonials.”
You can tell that “Courage, New Hampshire” is well-supported by all of the extras that showed up for the big exterior shot.
Jonathon Henry and his puppy rest between takes.
Wig stands, with wigs labeled for the different actors.
Smiles all around.
Monique interviewing one of the actors, “Bill Krepps.”
Drew, Eric, and Jim looking at the script.
“through the looking glass….”
Ready, aim, FIRE!
Logan Creighton, left, takes aim, for the shot.
The end of the day.