This morning we received a copy of the Edward Cole DVD.
Those readers who have been with us since the beginning of this blog may recall some filming that took place at the Museum over the nights of May 15 and 16 this year.
Writer-director Thom Stitt and Producer Sam Kim, both students at the Vancouver Film School, sent us the DVD along with a thank you note.
The students transformed the Venosta into The Vestige, “The last train to the end of the world,” during the long nights of filming.
The students made good use of the Venosta‘s sleeping compartments and mock-dining car: the whole car looks very mysterious. They also managed to get the rocking of a real train: our railar rests on tracks that don’t go anywhere.
Their website doesn’t have much yet, but check it out in upcoming weeks.