Lighthouse doc a work of heart

Published: Thursday, June 6, 2013 at 09:32 AM.

That story, they agreed, would begin to take shape in the hours of interviews they conducted over the course of the week; a week that Curry and Long agreed underscored the kind of people that call Port St. Joe home.

“It was just such a pleasure,” Curry said. “People were so gracious and accommodating. We feel lucky.”

Now, with 20 hours of film already in the can, the task becomes what to keep, what to edit out and to identify the key threads to that story.

“We are feeling good about where we are,” Long said.

Curry said they will watch all the ram footage, mark the parts they like.

“Editing is where the movie comes together,” Curry said.

Long noted there is less of a time pressure, as the lighthouse move – which they will return to town to film – remains weeks away and the deadline for the film is still in the distance.

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