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I am so excited to announce something that has been in the works for over 2 years. The Basilique Performing Arts Company has now completed our first full length movie: Paradise Lost. We filmed the feature-length movie in Second Life after the live production staged in 2014.
Don’t miss this historic release – register below
I’ll release the movie exclusively to those who have signed up via the registration process below. Sign up below and I’ll alert you to the release happening on September 19, 2015 at 12:00 Noon SLT. Only signed up registrants will be able to see the movie.
Win L$20,000 in cash prizes
To celebrate the premiere, I am holding a photo contest. I’ll be making the beautiful sets of Paradise Lost available for photography enthusiasts with an unbelievable L$20,000 in cash prizes up for grabs. Details here!
About Paradise Lost – The Movie
I directed the movie with cinematographer Forren Ashford producing a creative beauty never seen in Second Life. We filmed everything at the Basilique Sim (SLurl), in Second Life. Eight players performed forty-three different roles with thirty residents playing heavenly angels and dastardly devils.
I created this movie to not only to capture a stunning visual experience but also to reach a larger audience than the live production ever could. Everyone will be able to see the movie on canarybeck.com, after registering their valid email address with the website.
You can register to watch the movie here:
Canary Beck invites all Interested bloggers, journalists and merchants to contact her at email@example.com for media previews, sponsorship inquires or interview requests.
Key Facts about Paradise Lost
- Paradise Lost has 14 Scenes (the 14 Movements of Mozart’s Requiem)
- Paradise Lost has 43 Roles performed by 8 players
- Paradise Lost runs for 59 minutes
- Paradise Lost is Canary Beck’s 2nd major production, and first feature-length movie
- Paradise Lost (the play) took 3 months to produce and required ±1000 hours in development, the movie took another 6 months to produce
- Paradise Lost (the play and the movie) cost over L$ 500,000 to produce
- Paradise Lost (the play) premiered on April 5th, 2014
- Paradise Lost (the play) was presented over 24 weekly performances, most of them sold out at L$ 1000/ ticket.
- Paradise Lost (the play) received over 100 positive reviews
The Making of Paradise Lost: