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Mar 04, 2024

Lovey Tries On Fabiola's Costume For The First Time

Lovey has received her costume! What do you think of it?

I like how you incorporated the book, Lovey.

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Mar 04, 2024

Tune In While We Are LIVE On Radio Maria Today At 12:00 PM PT!

Listen to our LIVE interview on Radio Maria today at 12:00 pm PT. Listen Now

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Mar 04, 2024

Industrious Family Makes Great Strides In Purchase Of A Second Camera. "Filming Is SO Much Easier!"

Let's talk equipment. First a little history: for our first full-length film we recorded the entire film on an iPad. This meant recording sound separate (which we did not do for some scenes and that meant going back and doing voiceovers!) and a pretty limited amount of angles. We couldn't use the zoom in at all because it was very pixillated.

Fast forward to Grisly Grisell. We upgraded to a mirrorless digital Sony Alpha a6100. This camera stepped up our image quality a ton! But we were still filming all angles on this one camera.

For FABIOLA, we have gotten another Sony a6100 with a 55-210 mm lens. Experimenting with it, we are very happy with what having this new camera and lens allows us to be capable of! We are now able to film closeups of two characters at once, there's better editing continuity, and the less we have to run through a scene the better the acting quality is!

This is going to be colossal for Industrious Family Films. Having two cameras is probably going to cut our shoot days in half. Having the bigger lens makes it so that we can get much more cinematic shots without being super close. It allows us to have more texture in the foreground and get the actors in focus with a shallow depth of feel, stepping up the professionalism in our films. Coming up in FABIOLA!

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Mar 01, 2024

This Week We Successfully Raised $25. Thank You To All Our Supporters!

This week we successfully raised $25. Thank you to all our supporters!

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Mar 01, 2024

We Were Interviewed On A Catholic Take Not Once, But Twice! Watch Our First Interview By Following The Link Below

We were so honored to be interviewed twice on A Catholic Take! Thank you Mr. McClane for having us on in January and then again last week. If you missed our first interview, you can still watch it here.

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Feb 29, 2024

Cardinal Wiseman's Description Of Fulvius Led Us To Decide That We Were Definitely Going Ring Shopping!

"Fulvius...dressed with most elaborate elegance, with brilliant rings on every finger, and jewels in his dress."

This description of Fulvius from Cardinal Wiseman's book led us to decide that we were definitely going to need to go ring shopping! Pictured below are several of the rings we bought to complete the Fulvius costume.

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Feb 29, 2024

Pilgrim Makes Her Way To The Tomb Of St. Agnes To Pray For The Success Of The Fabiola Project.

Here is another picture taken by our friend while in Rome. This is the tomb of St. Agnes. While there, our friend prayed for the success of the Fabiola projects as we hope to tell one of the best stories that circles around this special saint.

While paying her respects before the site, St. Emerentiana was stoned to death by a group of pagans. She is laid alongside her foster-sister St. Agnes in the same place. If you live near Kansas, some of St. Emerentiana's relics are contained in the High Altar at The Immaculata.

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Feb 28, 2024

Art Department Update: Fabiola Costumes Coming Together And The Research Behind Them!

Costumes were one of our favorite things to research. The research process generally takes place on Pinterest for our films. This time, however, we also heavily relied on the pictures in the book, many of which are not very clear, and then implementing something similar from paintings we found on the internet.

There are things that we like in the book pictures that we can't find on the internet and vice versa, so this really allows us to make the costumes our own after drawing on different sources on what we want our movie to end up looking like.

As is usual when we are getting ready to make a movie, we read and watched many things that take place during this same period. In Roman era films, we were also able to pick what we felt like worked and what doesn't work and then adapt that also to our own look for FABIOLA.

Something else that is unique to FABIOLA is the fact that the characters are from all different places and ranks. That made it so that we were also researching Greece, Asia and Africa alongside Rome to find costume inspiration.

For example Fulvius is trying to blend in as much as possible with his Roman fellows. For the most part he succeeds, but when he decides to return to his own country just before the Pilot Scene, he is again dressed in his Syrian attire. This adds another element that the characters change depending on their mood and changes in situation.

We are also planning on doing this with Fabiola as she becomes more and more Christian and, of course, Sebastian will change as well after his promotion to Praetorian.

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Feb 28, 2024

Best Laid Schemes: How The "Worst" Virtual Pilot Practice Turned Out To Be The Best Practice

We recently moved our pilot practices to take place on Fridays. It works best for our actors and we can easily make time in our busy days to practice the pilot scene. Sometimes things happen when using virtual meetings. Recently, we the hosts, experienced the worst possible technical difficulty during a practice.

We were at a design class which ended about a half hour before the pilot practice was about to start. We knew we did not have enough time to return home so we zipped over to our grandmother's for a chance to get to internet. We started the call and about 5 minutes into the meeting, not only were we kicked off the internet but also with no way to get the modem to respond. After about a half of an hour, we gave up trying to get the internet to work and packed up and moved to a nearby coffeeshop.

All this time, the actors could not get a hold of us and we had no way of contacting them. They could have done a few things in our absence, waited the hour out to see if we would come back on or mute their microphones and stare at each other blankly.

I had the image of the latter running in my mind’s eye. I saw three sets of eyes simply blinking like bullfrogs I once saw from my aunt’s lakefront home. They hardly knew each other and the mutual connection and the reason why they were gathered here was missing. I was so stressed out.

Once we finally were able to join the call, I was so relieved to hear their voices on the other end practicing the scene! As we still had trouble getting the audio to work, I smiled at their script comments, Kate mentioned that she enjoyed St. Agnes’ original lines, Lovey and Aidan mentioned that they would try the next practice with British accents.

As we were unable to get our audio to work, I chatted to them that I was very pleased and relieved that they had been carrying on the practice even without us. Aidan chimed that they had been very diligent actors and were hard at work. I realized that these three were taking ownership of the project and were ready to make the most out of their time together even if the production team was absent.

I teased them later that all they really proved was that they didn’t need us to orchestrate practices since they could pull them off so well without us. In a way, it took the worst experience to bring out one of the best practices that the team has had yet.

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Feb 27, 2024

St. Agnes' Costume Has Arrived! Just One Little Alteration And Then Its Off To Kate Witkemper!

St. Agnes' costume has arrived! I just need to add a little bit of fabric to the front and it will be all ready to go to Kate so that she can try it on for size. She will be sharing some pictures of how it turned out.

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Feb 27, 2024

Scripting FABIOLA From Book To Screenplay: I Think Cardinal Wiseman Would Be Proud Of What We Were Able To Do With His Story!

(Photo courtesy Molly Brannon.)

FABIOLA had a lot of research that went into the script and our early plans for the sets, costumes, and characters. Of course the script was mainly based on the book, very heavily depending on Cardinal Wiseman to understand the time and place that he was writing about.

As far as how we decided to tell the story, we took many of the elements in the story, scrapped some and expounded on others. Characters changed as we wrote them. Our original ideas for situations changed.

This was largely influenced by the excellent articles we found on a site called "Studio Binder". Let me tell you, this site has an article covering every movie making topic you could think of. We forced ourselves to focus on one element of FABIOLA at a time and the natural beginning was our script. So for the first time in our movie making, we storyboarded!

In the past, I had used the beat board in my screenwriting software only for saving ideas, character descriptions, and new concepts I wanted to work in. This time we actually took the time before we wrote a single word into script to work the entire story out using the events as they happened to the two main characters.

Once we had all of these ideas arranged, then we began to write our script. And it took a few unexpected turns, taking us to a comedic villain, a suave foreigner and an eloquent slave.

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Feb 26, 2024

Final Part To Fabiola's Costume Has Arrived!

The last part of Fabiola's costume is here! Now I just need to border it with this red lace and it will be on it's way to Lovey!

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Feb 26, 2024

Special Announcement: Great Reveal Of The Men's Sweatshirt Design Winner

Out of a total of 51 votes, "Sebastian" was the official Men's Fabiola Sweatshirt winner! Don't forget to contribute $100 in Round 3 to be eligible to win your choice between this sweatshirt or the ladies' on March 15th!

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Feb 26, 2024

What Makes The Story Of Fabiola So Unique? Experience The Early Church Martyrs Like Never Before

We are getting so excited about FABIOLA! What makes this story so exciting?

Although we have many reasons, one of the top causes of our excitement is the fact that Roman era films provide some of the greatest film experiences. That's why there are so many films covering Roman history. What makes FABIOLA unique is the story it's going to relate.

Caesar's story has been told, Ben-Hur has been told, the aftermath of Marcus Aurelius' story has been told, the story of the Crucifixion, Resurrection and the Apostles has been told. The story of the martyrs of the 3rd and 4th centuries is a story that hasn't been told very many times in film.

That is what is going to make this movie unique. The stories of St. Sebastian and St. Agnes and St. Pancratius can become so familiar to us that it doesn't really hit us what these saints actually experienced and what trials they went through. That's the story that we want to bring home.

These people weren't born saints. The way that they chose to react to their situations is what made them saints. And that's how God works. He gives us the trials we need to sanctify our own lives.

And FABIOLA is the success story of the Christians of the early Church. The sacrifices of which converted the largest empire in the world.

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Feb 23, 2024

Celebrating Over $1000 Raised In Round 3 As Week 3 Makes A Wrap

This week we successfully raised $580. Thank you to all our supporters!

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Feb 23, 2024

#FlashbackFriday Script Party Highlights

To celebrate the completion of the script, we hosted a virtual script party with all the actors that had applied for roles and also invited the Round 2 contributors. We edited the 4 hour party down to the best 8 minutes for your enjoyment.

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Feb 22, 2024

The Coolest Costume In The Studio Yet

This is the funnest costume yet. Behold, our most expensive extra. The oil that is coming off of the armor is ruining my white tunic but I will get over it. It can't be clean forever.

To the sound of their tread coming down the hall, St. Agnes exclaims: "That’s my bridal party."

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Feb 22, 2024

A Roman Soldier Helmet Has Arrived! Don't Fret, We Also Got One With A Red Comb.

One of the Roman helmets has arrived today! Faustina gave us all a laugh when she tried it on.

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Feb 22, 2024

Rewatch Our LIVE Interview On A Catholic Take!

Thank you Mr. Joe McClane for having us back on A Catholic Take for an exclusive Fabiola interview! If you missed the LIVE interview you can still watch the replay.

You Can Follow This Link To Rewatch The Video!

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Feb 21, 2024

Join Us LIVE Tomorrow Morning On A Catholic Take

Mr. Joe McClane will have us back on A Catholic Take for an exclusive Fabiola interview on Thursday February 22nd. Show starts at 7:00 am ET and we join the call on the half hour.

Mark your calendars to catch us live! Thursday February 22nd

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Feb 21, 2024

"Now This Is What I've Been Looking For!" Actress Laura Ruth Shares Her Enthusiasm For Industrious Family Films

I have always really loved the arts, particularly singing, acting and photography. An enduring dream from my childhood was to act in a movie. That is partly what made me so excited to find Industrious Family Films! When a friend told me about Fabiola, I looked at their site. As I started perusing it, I grew more and more intrigued.

"Yes!" I thought. "This is what I've always wanted to find."

Of course, I knew that there were studios out there that were trying to make wholesome films, but never had I found a studio that shared my Traditional Catholic values the way Industrious Family Films does. I was immediately enchanted with the whole prospect. This is a studio where there are Catholics making the films and Catholics enjoying them. How cool is that?

When I was young and still new to Tradition, around 19, I remember feeling completely alone in my convictions. I tried to find a place to meet others who believed like me, but unfortunately stumbled into an event where everyone was looking for a date. That was not my intention! I was just looking for camaraderie among the Catholic youth and didn't know where to look. After college, I ended up doing a lot of other types of work outside my major of Video Production, and I almost let my dream dwindle away. But it never completely disappeared.

I do believe that God gives us the desires of our hearts, and so if you have a talent, then God is the one who gave it to you and wants it to be used for His glory. If He gives us the dreams, and we desire to please Him, then He will give us the means to use our gifts to help edify others and even help save souls.

Now I find myself, all these years later, still looking for a creative outlet and finding a studio that could give me both of the dreams I have always cherished: a chance to be in the film and a new world of Catholic artists doing what I've always wanted to do. I can't wait for FABIOLA!

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Feb 20, 2024

First Layer To A Complicated Costume: The Roman Soldier

Next up is the Roman Soldier tunic. You may see this sometimes as a loud red tunic but I saw a picture of a more subtle white one and liked the look better.

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Feb 20, 2024

Opening Casting Calls On Our Site: A Leap Of Faith We Took That Brought Us Exciting Results!

After talking to several people I know about our decision to post casting calls for FABIOLA, I have definitely gotten two very different reactions. Some people think that it is a great idea and that it is really going to help us grow as a business. Other people...well, let's just say they think it is absolutely crazy that we would open the casting call to people outside of our state.

With these two reactions, I would like to take a moment to talk about the fears, the hopes and the doubts that came with making this decision. For our first fear, I am reminded of something similar to The Chosen line, "What if no one shows up?...What if everyone shows up?"

We definitely knew that this idea would either be hugely successful or a huge failure. In any case, we decided that having an unused casting call open on our site would not hurt us any.

Next we had the question, what do we do when people do apply? We have never until now paid for actors to get to the set, but we decided that we would budget in the cost of airplane tickets and make sure that everyone understands that we are on the west coast (Comparatively speaking).

Our hopes for this step was to bring interested actors who are willing to do what it takes to be in a great movie! In the past, besides a few really interested actors and actresses, we have largely needed to seek actors for ourselves. With the casting call, we hoped that this process would go much smoother. People would come to us, not us seeking and begging people to join us.

I would say so far that the online casting call has been a success! We have had many applications turned in and are very excited to see who's interested in helping us with this project. And, to prove how much enthusiasm we've had from across the U.S., only two of those applications are from our home state of Idaho.

If you are an actor or actress who is reading this, I want to reach out to you with a very warm welcome. We are so glad to have you here with us!

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Feb 19, 2024

We Need Your Help Deciding Which Of These Designs To Put On A Sweatshirt

We need your help deciding which of these designs to take to the shirt designer to have featured on our Men Fabiola Pilot Sweatshirt. Cast your vote here! Every time you contribute $100 to the FABIOLA Funding Goal in Round 3, you enter to win one of our FABIOLA sweatshirts. The drawing will be chosen at random on March 15th, 2024. Winner will get to specify their choice of men's or women's. The design is determined by the choice of our audience through the sweatshirt design polls.

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Feb 19, 2024

Drum Roll Please! Announcing The Winner Of The Ladies Fabiola Sweatshirt Poll...

Out of a total of 66 votes, the Church Over The Colosseum was the official Ladies Fabiola Sweatshirt winner! Don't forget to contribute $100 in Round 3 to be eligible to win this sweatshirt or one of our mens designs on March 15th!

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Feb 19, 2024

From Wisconsin Comes The Film's Villain

Aidan Jones of Wisconsin will be playing, for the most part, the film's cunning villain Fulvius. This is oddly some of the crew's and consultants' favorite character.

"Fulvius isn't the first villain I've played, but he is certainly an interesting one! He's the opposite of St. Agnes in a sense: a foil that shows the other path that Fabiola might choose. Despite that, he is still a human person with emotions and motivations not so very different from our own."

-Aidan Jones, WI

Patrick Bowen was originally cast as Fulvius. After a few practices and a script read though, we realized that he was a better fit as the barbaric warrior Arminius. Patrick was also pleased with the role change.

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Feb 16, 2024

Celebrating Over $500 Raised In Round 3 As Week 2 Makes A Wrap

We raised $60 this week! Thank you to all our supporters!

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Feb 16, 2024

#FlashBackFriday : Industrious Family Interviewed And Featured In The Epoch Times

Thank you Tiffany for your fresh prospective on our newest project FABIOLA. Miss Brannon interviewed us for the Epoch Times a few weeks ago. If you missed the article when it originally came out, you can still read it here...

Don't forget that for the duration of Round 3, every time that you contribute $100 to the FABIOLA Pilot, you are eligible to win one of our Fabiola sweatshirts. The winner will be chosen at random on March 15th.

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Feb 15, 2024

Art Department Update: Fabiola's Costume Hits The Sewing Machine!

Getting started on Fabiola's costume today. Stay tuned to see how this Roman garment turns out.

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Feb 15, 2024

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