Month: August, 2004


27 August, 2004 (15:30) | Uncategorized | No comments

I walked over to the Huashan Arts Village or whatever it’s called these days after work to check out a possible location for one of our “recruitment” scenes. As it turns out, most of the buildings there have gabled roofs, and the couple of places where there’s cement ceilings are blocked off due to safety […]


24 August, 2004 (13:03) | Uncategorized | No comments

I’ve added a new page to this site, called Accomplices, so I can link to the people who are attached to RPP in some fashion. So far I only have four links, but if you have a website and want some linkish goodness, just let me know. There’s a typhoon ravaging the island at the […]


20 August, 2004 (17:30) | Uncategorized | No comments

We were thinking of shooting tomorrow (Saturday) morning up at Fu-gui Point, but Dolly’s on standby duty for China Airlines until 9am, and the weather’s been a bit iffy lately, so we decided to call it off. Dean, Paul and I got together in the West Gate District this evening to look for props at […]


20 August, 2004 (15:56) | Uncategorized | 3 comments

Welcome to the Renegade Province Production Journal. Here I’ll be writing about the production of the sequel to Clay Soldiers. We’re doing this with no budget to speak of, with only the tools and equipment we already have or can fashion with crude lathes. The movie will probably end up being feature length, chock full […]