Dear SLBAAC members,
Jeff, Aliza, Teresa, and I are pleased to announce the long-awaited completion of the web series documenting our investigation into the murder of Fernando Fernando, Silver Lake’s preeminent Conceptual Instalationist.
While we solved Fernando Fernando’s murder this past May, the filmmakers documenting the case only finished their web series this month.
Why the long wait you ask? Well, once the shoot was over all their HD video footage was transferred to celluloid, cut by hand on a steenbeck editing table, color graded photo-chemically at one of the final color correction sessions of illustrious lab DuArt in Manhattan, printed to 35mm, and then transferred back to digital via tel-cine. The high standards of SLBAAC demanded no less.
The new episodes (including a new version of episode 1 with brand new original score by avant-garde composer and respected taco critic Rob Gokee) are live now at www.slbaac.com/communicae.htm and www.blip.com/slbaac
We hope you enjoy them. And remember, part of being a member of SLBAAC is educating others about our elite group of athletes, adventurers and crime solvers. So please, share this news with your friends, family and social networks. They all deserve to be reminded that they can shop for vintage 8 track players and locally sourced kale in safety because SLBAAC is out there making the world safer.
Chair, Crime Solving Committee
Vice Chair, Community Outreach
Recently some new media filmmakers approached us about documenting the exploits of our Crime Solving Committee. At first we were hesitant, but when they assured us it would look like cinema and not “The Real Crime Solvers of Silver Lake” we decided to let them take a shot. So far we’re pleased with the results.