Halina is now in the hands of Sound For Indies, a Long Island audio post production service. I've known Ken, the founder, for maybe 5 years now but this is the first time we finally get to work together on a project.
If you're not a film person, basically what Ken is doing is taking all of the audio tracks from the editing sequence and importing them into Pro Tools. He'll isolate the best sounding microphones, smooth out the audio levels, and clean up any unwanted sounds in the flick.
While Ken works on sound, I'm going to simultaneously have DP Mike work on color. I'm pushing hard to have the entire film done by very early March, which is right around the corner.
This weekend I also launched HalinaFilm.com - it's very bare bones rights now but more content will be added shortly.