First of all, thank you all for your continued support of this project. The correspondences I steadily receive keep me very enthused about its success.
With 100+ hours of footage to its name, “Audibly Lost” is a film that will cover a large segment of “Lost’s” fan base, the podcasters.
I began shooting months before the final season began. And yet, a year since the last season started, I am not done. And it may be a bit of time before I get there.
Other obligations have in part kept me from completing my original goals. I have a lot of work ahead of me to make the film I want, and know that the next several months of my life are going to be dedicated to doing that work.
I may be shooting some more footage, and as always the community will be kept informed about any shoots via the @AudiblyLost Twitter account.
This year there was no premiere of “Lost” for President Obama’s State of the Union to preempt, but there has been a sense of loss from many of the podcasters I have seen chatting about the show on Twitter, email and Facebook.
It’s not over, folks.
I have always envisioned “Audibly Lost” as a film that, for posterity, reflects the experience the “Lost” fan community had with their favorite TV show, and with each other.
I will not stop until I have a movie that reflects this hope.
God bless “Lost” as He loved Jacob,