Reverence Feature Film
We are working on a tribute section for the cancelled Reverence Feature film project. The Beta 7 draft script is online for reading purposes only; a print format version may follow when the tribute section is online.
Our apologies to the cast and the crew of Reverence. We tried to get it done by subcontracting a DP, editor, and a production team with equipment. We went through two teams. By mid 2003, it became obvious that the project was in trouble, and we pulled the plug. In the future, this will not be an issue because we will own our own equipment and we now have substantial production resources.
Reverence Script 7.1 - Director's Cut Added on 10/14/07, this extended version of the Reverence script adds missing scenes and extended content from version 3.5, which was cut in later edits by writer Rachel Eaglin. Writer C. A. Passinault went back and restored the but portions of the script, revealing even more in this exciting, and substantially longer, version of the shooting script. If Reverence would have been produced, this is probably the version which would have been filmed.
Reverence Script 7.0 (Version 7.0- Shooting Script) Assistant writer Rachel Eaglin changed some things between the 6th and 7th draft, and this most current version has things in it that not even creator C. A. Passinault knew about. Rachel took the actor suggestions from the group reading in 2003 and improved the script.
Reverence Production Mail - A look behind the scenes as talks between Reverence producer / director C. A. Passinault and one of the two subcontracted production teams break down. This might make a great film itself one day.
Reverence Web Site Was 33% finished when project was cancelled, and web site in rather primitive compared to 2006 standards. We may enhance this web site and add content to turn it into the Reverence tribute section, and as it would be links would be added back to our main site. The Reverence web site is an incomplete work and will open in another browser window..... We would LIKE to do a Reverence web site with current design standards, and may just get to with our Reverence Reboot project.
A feature length film which never made it into production, Reverence began preproduction in 2001, and after a series of script revisions, two subcontracted production teams, and five auditions, the project imploded in early 2003 with the loss of all hands. The cancellation left a resource deficit that came close to putting Dream Nine Studios and the Passinault.Com companies out of business. Dream Nine Studios was taken offline for two years and rebuilt while the Passinault.Com companies focused on themselves and regrouped. Today, the Passinault.Com companies have recovered and Dream Nine Studios has been completely rebuilt. A Reverence Tribute section is online in honor of this lost production and the story about what really happened.
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