For the love of sweet Christ, have a continuity director on your crew.
Each cut I edit is a battle because I'm trying to match the actions of the actors. Unfortunetly, my actors don't like doing the exact same thing twice (ever), so this has been a royal pain. If I had someone on the set whose sole job was to watch for things like this, my life in the editing suite would be a lot easier. A continuity director would also catch things like wardrobe changes, style changes, and so on. Now, I purposely kept my crew as small as possible because we were shooting mostly in a tiny store and even with the few of us, the place was packed. But for your bigger productions, treat yourself to a continuity director.
I'll keep you all posted on editing. I would like to cut a trailer in the near future. I'm also playing with some ideas on how to change how the movie begins (I'm really liking my current one that nobody knows about yet...). In the meantime, here are a few more tasty stills of my leads, mostly from inside the store:
I am still in need of some kickass music for the soundtrack. If you're a musician or you know a great band, have them send a demo to Warm Milk Productions Inc, PO Box 474 Lake Grove NY 11755.