Before our first day of shooting Pescadora, some of our group made a documentary about the people of Cabo Blanco. It was interesting to get the real story behind Cabo, and as well meet some friends who would assist us throughout the shooting of Pescadora.
In scouting the location in Cabo Blanco; we start by blocking some of the scenes, Jazmine shows us her acting skills, and as a team we came together learning to communicate.
Our second day we had a traditional Peruvian lunch. Potatoes, Ceviche (shrimp with lime and other spices miked with greenery), arroz con pollo (rice and chicken), filled our bellies as we shared laughs and listened to Daniel explain the rich history of the food on our plates. We later visited markets in Lima where many in our group, for the first time, learned how to bargain 5 soles down to 4 in order to buy gifts for love ones. We finished our day in Lima at Norky’s restaurant, best known for their delicious Rotisserie Chicken.
Our second day in Lima some of crew went to check out lighting equipment, which ended up being quite the expedition.The following day, we prepared for our 18 hour bus ride to Organos in the north of Peru!Our adventure and hard work begins, stay tuned more to come.
Long flights and a student lost in Lima, jump started our trip to Peru. We began to see our adventura flourish and our work become more real with the checking of the equipment for the film.
Episode 2: Where in the world is Mark Broe?
May 25, 2011
We’re finishing up our time in Lima and are now ready for our long journey to Organos!
May 25, 2011
Some of us wanted food more than sleep… but what do you call a meal at 4 am? We start our work later!