Star Paola Luelmo in a quiet momentl during a grueling day on a ranch in Malibu, posing next to Rebecca's grave.
Director of Photography and Co-Producer Mr David Ruano peeking into the camera during a set up.
Writer/Director Robert Christopher Smith posing between the gravemarkers he just set up.
Actor Adam Fried posing in his Covid-mask and his character's longjohn underwear before his character meets a bloody end.
Adam Fried (Michael Falcon), Sofia Chicorelli Serna (Emma Falcon), Aether Velarde (Edward Falcon), Paola Luelmo (Rebecca Falcon); In back Director Robert Christopher Smith
For such a grim, dark film, the actors and crew spent most of the shoot smiling, bonding over the experience.
Director of Photography Mr David Ruano with Actor Azeem Vecchio, minutes before shooting a scene as Simon Coletrain.
Aside from his other duties, Director Robert Christopher Smith also took on the task of making vegan wraps for star Paola Luelmo and several others on their first day of shooting in the "Old West Town". By all reports, they were delicious.
Make up artist Christine Serrano applies the scar to Paola Luelmo's forehead to get her ready as Mia in a big scene.
While Paola and Azeem were on horseback during filming, any time the horses are moving fast, we had our stunt riders step in.
Here we see Paola Luelmo switching places with her stunt rider.
This bloody bar of gold is foreshadowing for the very exciting conclusion of Volume Two.
We built a barn inside a warehouse over a flower shop in downtown Los Angeles.
Our shoot started in Lake Elsinore, CA.
In Lake Elsinore, Director Robert Christopher Smith directs Leo Comstock via his mother Kate Comstock (who plays Mrs. Coppersmith in Volume One) while Dior Harvey pays close attention.
Actor Nevin Millan does an amazing job of bringing his character "Ghost with Silent Knives Protects" to life, and has even contributed in development by co-writing a short comic story with Writer/Director Robert Christopher Smith.
Director Robert Christopher Smith, exhausted but exhilarated on the first day of shooting.
Director Robert Christopher Smith watching one of the very first scenes unfold.
Actress Kelsey Jaffer would wrap her arms each day to cover her tattoos but also providing a very distinctive look to her character, Delicate Poison.