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« Reply #45 on: November 07, 2016, 10:03:09 pm »

The last day of filming, how sad. 32 years is a long run. What is your next project going to be?
« Reply #46 on: November 08, 2016, 06:56:20 am »

Oh, maybe I was not so clear. I arrived in Colombia 32 years ago, but spent 14 years back in New Zealand having children. Then we got back to Colombia in 2002, This series was started in 2004 I think, and spanned sporadically over 10 years, and ended up 96 episodes of between 3 mins to 10mins each. I was really pleased by how much mileage we got out of it. The series went on 4 Local Christian channels here, then via satellite to 800 download points on 4 continents, then onto internet in more recent times. It was a good training ground for us all from training puppeteers to the editing training (hence some not quite so good material at times, but hey, no-one died). I had finished three times with it over the years, but brought the set out of mothballs each time, to use as training, and I just cleaned up some lost scripts recently, and now I was going to dismantle it, but my daughter and head puppeteer want to keep the set in storage 'just in case'.  Maybe they may pick up the baton.
  In the meantime I want to finish the movie 'The Lord Of The Donuts'... which is dragging out. This year we filmed very little on it but processed a lot of footage. There a number of projects on the go, so there is still plenty to do....if  the  periodic puppeteering  existential crisis don't get the  better of me.(I have been wondering more seriously this last  crisis whether it is time to retire ...or  not) who knows?
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