Celluloid Diaries: Behind the Scenes of The Strangers Outside

Thursday, September 23, 2010

Behind the Scenes of The Strangers Outside

behind the scenes of a horror movie

The filming of my novella The Strangers Outside has started. Want to know what's going on behind the scenes? Then get a look at these pictures of the film set in Sint-Katelijne-Waver, Nil-Saint-Vincent, Ophain and Mont-Saint-Guilbert. In the meantime, don't forget to order the book The Strangers Outside from Amazon.

Director Philippe Geus discussing his vision with the rest of the crew.

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david taillebuis

My cat Avalon was part of the cast of The Strangers Outside. He loved being on the film set and did exactly what he was expected to do. I suppose that being fed his favorite Schesir chicken and apple dinner helped quite a bit. He even had a bottle of water with his name on it. Avalon will soon have his own cartoon series as well.

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This is what's left of Avalon after his encounter with the strangers outside.

dead avalon

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Just by looking at the pictures, you can tell what a brilliant actor Pierre Lekeux is.

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Preparing the special effects for actress Iulia Alexandra Nastase.

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Cinematographer David Taillebuis used Jaume Balaguero's Darkness as a visual inspiration for The Strangers Outside.

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The Strangers inside ...

creepy monks

creepy hand

Pictures by Katia Fontaine and Magali Baeck.

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22 comments:

  1. Avalon Lion is extremely proud to be part of this creepy little film :-)

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  2. It was great to be a part of this shooting.
    Pierre, Iulia and Avalon were brilliant actors.

    There was also Olivier Prémel
    http://www.myspace.com/100435978

    Special Effect on Iulia was realized by Pascal Berger
    http://users.skynet.be/pascalberger/

    Now I can't wait to see the ended movie...
    :-)

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  3. Looks great. Looking forward to see the result on big screen and to meet the star...Avalon :-)

    Marjorie

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  4. The book is really good! ... can't wait to see the adaptation on the big screen... and can't wait to see Avalon getting smashed against the window! ;-)

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  5. Hey Vanessa,

    Ooooh, that brings me back memories of monks and slaughters;) Very cool crew! You've done it girl! You created a creepy atmosphere and got us into it!
    Iulia

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  6. Tof hè? Die cameraman is precies gene misse.

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  7. STAGE PREPARATION AU CASTING - PICO BERKOVITCH

    OBJECTIFS DU STAGE : Donner au comédien les moyens de faire la démonstration de son potentiel pour un rôle lors d’une audition.

    DATES : du lundi 25 au vendredi 29 octobre 2010.

    Pour toutes vos questions pratiques :
    Pierre Lekeux : lekeuxpierre@yahoo.fr ou + 0486/369.864
    Pour toutes vos questions financières relatives au stage
    Philippe de Pierpont : pdp1er@gmail.com ou +32 (0) 474/292 102

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  8. Cool ! I don't often see behind the scenes pictures of horror movies

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  9. We found you through the blog jog. How great that your book is being made into a movie! And we think it's cool that Avalon gets to be in it!!

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  10. The cat gets killed in the story?? Oh no! I don't think I could bear it.... what a beautiful kitty.

    I'm here for the Blog Jog. I was away from the computer on Sunday, so I'm catching up today. Thanks for visiting my blog, Freaky Frugalite. I think it's cool that your novella will be a movie! Wow!

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  11. Congratulations to Avalon for his first movie appearance. What a handsome kitty he is! Please give him a hug from me.

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  12. found you from Stumble upon tuesday. I'm glad I did because I'm a big fan of horror.

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  13. Not a fan of horror, but realize the excitement that you must be experiencing!

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  14. stopping by from STT to stumble your post - Congrats on your movie - how exciting!

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  15. Wow! huge congratulations to you. What an accomplishment. I'm thrilled for you.

    I can't wait to read your book.

    I'm stumblin' you and would love it if you could stumble me back ...
    http://booksatthepaperhouse.blogspot.com/p/about-paperhouse.html

    ~ Devon
    Reading with Joey

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  16. http://stillblondeafteralltheseyears.com/2011/02/bring-back-chronological-order-on-pages-a-plan-for-the-rebellion/ I stumbled yours can you please stumble mine? I love Avalon!

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  17. Wow, that's so cool! Congrats :)

    Hi, great post!!
    I stumbled you! :)

    -Shopper Gal
    http://www.shoppergal.com/2011/02/painting-prep-from-engineers.html

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  18. How exciting. Looks like so much fun.

    Happy stumble day. My post is http://booksyourkidswilllove.blogspot.com/2011/02/reading-levels-do-they-matter.html

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  19. Wow, looks so exciting and fun! Congrats :)

    I stumbled this post, feel free to stumble me
    http://justasmalltownmommy.blogspot.com

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  20. Wow, Ew, Wow. Cool.

    One of the benefits of Stumble Tumble Tuesday is beyond the obvious, it's an opportunity to read everyone's best posts of the week - love it!

    Stumbled! Here's mine: http://t.co/l5c8miy and there's a handy little stumble button at the bottom of the post.

    (I'm having a Stumble-Saturday-Kinda-Week)

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  21. Looks like you are all having a blast! Glad I found your blog from the Alexa hop!
    3sonshavei

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