That's a Wrap!

Muck production started early Friday morning, July 31 and ended almost one week later at ~1:15am Friday, August 7.  In that time span, we shot close to forty separate scenes at over a dozen different venues.

 WVWC Physical Plant dressed as the Upshur County Sheriff's Office.

WVWC Physical Plant dressed as the Upshur County Sheriff's Office.

Our production was intense and grueling by necessity, but we all buckled down and soldiered through it. I can’t thank my cast & crew enough for their focus and dedication to this project, and I’m happy to report that we captured all the requisite footage without a hitch!

 Shooting at The Centennial Motel.

Shooting at The Centennial Motel.

Aside from the tireless efforts of the cast & crew, there are dozens of individuals and organizations who helped bring Muck to life. It's impossible to thank everyone enough for making this production possible, but I’m going to give it a try. Here are just a few of the many, many individuals and organizations who contributed in ways large and small to the making of Muck:

Thanks again to everyone who helped make Muck possible! Now, it's on to post-production! Stay tuned in the coming weeks and months for production stills, additional podcast episodes, and our official trailer, which we hope to have ready to share sometime in the early fall!

 The Nolte Family's cabin is the site of Muck's climactic closing sequence.

The Nolte Family's cabin is the site of Muck's climactic closing sequence.