Home » Monthly Update » Pirromount’s new film – Rage of Innocence – Begins Principal Photography


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Principal Photography began on Rage of Innocence Monday June 24th and all went well.  On day one we filmed with Pirromount veterans John McCafferty, Lauren Baldwin, Doug MacPherson, Damon Evans and Tyrone Dubose’, and newcomer to the Pirromount stable Chelsea Cook.  Everything went smoothly and we’re off to a good start.  It was great working with Lauren Baldwin again (who made her Pirromount debut in 2009’s “The God Complex” as the victim of God’s lust, the Virgin Mary).  Longtime associate producer John Ahern and Cinematographer Bruce Heinsius completed the picture.  Whenever we make a new movie, every few years, it’s like a family reunion.  Ahern has worked on the last four Pirromount movies, and Heinsius goes all the way back to our first feature film, A Polish Vampire in Burbank.  

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Lauren Baldwin (Virgin Mary in “The God Complex”) looking radiant as ever as we film on day one.

John McCafferty (Deathrow Gameshow), a 35 year veteran of Pirromount Films, in his first dramatic role for the company.

John McCafferty (Deathrow Gameshow), a 35 year veteran of Pirromount Films, in his first dramatic role for the company.  In this scene, he finds out that his 13 year old daughter has been taken by social services thanks to a psychologically disturbed teenager, Raven Sutton, who accuses him of doing the most hideous things to her

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Sharon Marsden (Chelsea Cook) becomes an unwilling pawn in the deadly game of wits between her dad and the psychologically disturbed Raven Sutton (Stef Dawson).

Vincent Marsden (John McCafferty) gets falsely accused of sexual battery by the evil and conniving Raven Sutton.

Vincent Marsden (John McCafferty) gets falsely accused of sexual battery by the evil and conniving Raven Sutton (Stef Dawson), who we eagerly anticipate working with for the first time next week..

 

 

 



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  2. Neil Russell says:

    Thanks Mark, the movie tech/geek in me appreciates the info!

  3. Neil Russell says:

    The stills look great.
    Looking forward to the final product.

    Which camera did you settle on to shoot the movie?
    Love that slate app, is that an Ipad or an Android type tablet?

    Mark Pirro Reponds:

    The camera, I believe is a Canon 5D, which belongs to my Cinematographer Bruce Heinsius. The slate was a free app that I downloaded for the IPad.

Mark Pirro is the Owner of Pirromount Studios.
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