The very talented Melissa Jordan took many stills on set during production. The gallery below features a selection from her work on the film.
Squinting at the tiny LCD screen to check the shot
The prop camera, frontmost in a group of set dressing for Amy's room at the hotel
Another, wider angle view of Amy's room
Ryan had to fill in on sound for a few hours this day.
Getting an update from the Art Director
Set dressing nearly always involves Windex.
Myles and David threw a lot of light at this setup, and the rest of us had to wait for them to work their magic (worth it).
Prepping Joyce for the next scene
Boys are icky.
Getting the giggles
The Wardrobe Supervisor checks on the male talent in the dressing room.
Going over the lines one last time before a take
From the prop camera
Amy Alexander uses a Nikon D40 throughout the movie, so Ryan handed this camera to Joyce at the beginning of production and told her to just mess around with it. Most of the pictures in this gallery came from that camera, usually shot by Joyce, although sometimes other cast and crew members would pick it up and take a shot.
This could be a reference to Pan’s Labyrinth.
Movie actors do a lot of waiting.
Joyce was singing some kind of song here.
Cassandra getting a dye job
Waiting until she's needed on set
Rob is guarding the door so no one enters the lobby during our shot.
We yawned quite a bit on this set.
Waiting for the rest of the crew to be ready for the shot
There's going to be a hole in that wall later.
Studying the production book to see what comes next
Some of our extras waiting around for the next shot.
These shoes belong to Josh and Joyce
That's a sheet. For diffusion, just like the pros.
Ryan shot this teaser for the movie one day during pre-production, using a camera borrowed from the lovely Chris & Evie Jones. The teaser starred Ryan’s wife (and the film’s wardrobe supervisor), Sally Elainska.
Before production, when no footage had yet been shot, Ryan designed a poster for the movie. A new one is in the works, but Ryan has adapted the old one into a desktop background (or “wallpaper”, for the Windows crowd). It’s available in PNG format below, in both 4x3 and 16x10 (retina-quality) resolutions.