Director Rob Fitz on IndieCreator

Hot off the press! Blessid Director Rob Fitz is interviewed on IndieCreator today. Find out more about Rob and get more insight on the new indie film people are already buzzing about on the Web. Blessid is an indie film about a pregnant suicidal woman with a cursed past who meets an immortal. Read the interview here.

Meet Blessid’s Director of Photography Silas Tyler

Chi-Town’s Silas Tyler will serve as Director of Photography on Blessid. Silas will also be Co-Producer and Editor of the film. This is his second collaboration with Director Rob Fitz. [Read more…]

Meet the Director of BLESSID

I first heard about Rob Fitz from New England’s top film makeup artist Tricia Heine. “I think Rob Fitz would be good for your film. I hire him for many of my films, and he’s also directed. I’m usually good connecting people to projects and I have a good feeling about Rob for this.”

Boy, was she right. I met Rob at a Panera in Andover. He didn’t dress for the occasion. He wore his trademark t-shirt and doo rag. My first impression was that he reminded me of a cross between a young Richard Dreyfuss and a Biker. Smart and friendly with a little bit of an edge. I learned quickly that Rob Fitz is a man comfortable in his own skin. He has a passion for indie film, particularly low budget fare. And people like him. He has an engaging personality and enough industry connections to fill up a Rolodex. “I make my salary on the big budget films. It’s films like Blessid where I put my sweat equity into making a great film and a great collaborative experience for the cast and crew.”

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The Making of an Indie Film

The journey begins!

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We are busy setting up the film company, assembling a talented team and attaching great talent.Rob Fitz, best known as a horror makeup and special effects maestro – will helm the director’s chair. Rob has directed shorts and the critically acclaimed Chinese vampire horror action film “God of Vampires” which Dread Central called “A fun, bloody action/horror hybrid that presented us with a different kind of bloodsucker … and knew exactly what it was doing.” [Read more…]