It was a long and very cold night for many (although looking at the images you can probably take a good stab at who was in his element.) The Highlights (but only some, too many to name).  The amazing people. Gina Paschall owner of Triangle Used Tires (the location).  Our extrasContinue Reading

Our next short production, featuring the character of Matthew Jackman, gets underway this weekend. Jackman has been down on his luck most of his life, tonight is no different, except tonight the rest of the world is down on it’s luck, too. We’re filming Saturday (3/8) from about 18:00 untilContinue Reading

Here are some selections of our concept art for The Endless Whispers. These pieces were created by the very talented Grace Stott. Check back, over the course of the next couple of months we’ll be adding about dozen in total. Enjoy.Continue Reading

All pictures taken by Cynthia Duke Photography. ©2014, Project Whiskey. Game Over wrapped a little over a week ago. It was a pretty darn good day. Started bright and early around 5:30 (with a lot of prep the previous day). The crew was on-set by 7:00, cast by 9:00, first shotContinue Reading

Ashley Victoria Atkinson plays Kat in the featurette, “Game Over“. She was very excited about this role, as she had unknowingly been preparing for it by playing Dungeons and Dragons for several years. Ashley Victoria has a B.A. in Theatre and Dance from the University of North Carolina at GreensboroContinue Reading

Sticky

Michael brings a highly creative (directing both stage and film) and diverse background (from paratrooper to photography) to his role as director for The Endless Whispers. He has been a filmmaker since he was twelve years old, writing scripts and making small films with friends, starting on Super 8 film andContinue Reading

Sticky

Chris has been writing professionally for 14 years. His content ranges from technical documentation for some of the largest computer companies in the world to genre fiction for a number of Dungeons & Dragons publishers (during the Open Source d20 era). His works have been nominated for numerous awards including a prestigious Gen-Con Award (“The Book of Taverns,” published by Necromancer Games). Continue Reading