QUILTBAGS Episode 2: Meddling

“QUILTBAGS” is a web series which explores sexuality through dramatized scenes with a variety of fascinating characters. You never know who might show up, or what they might want.

If you are new to QUILTBAGS, please go back and watch Episode 1, “Little Pitchers”, which is the setup for this one and which will give you the theme song. And please don’t forget to register so that you are notified of new episodes.

This shoot was fraught with production difficulties.  We shot with two cameras, which turned out to have different settings.  Sound was also a huge problem.  As a result, the post production took far longer than it should have taken.

As we get back into the swing o’ things, and iron out the bugs in our use of the technology, this is getting easier.  The most recent episode we shot, which you won’t see until we shoot at least three more that must proceed it, was pretty much a cake walk with only a few technical problems that will show up when it posts.

We’d like to express a warm welcome to the latest member of our production team, Dana Fehr.  Dana seems to be taking over responsibility for our sound recording, which will be a huge relief to me.

Feedback from viewers has so far been overwhelmingly positive. Ruth and I have been asked to give a talk at the First Unitarian Fellowship of Nanaimo on July 19.  Our subject will be the changing public attitudes towards what used to be called sexual deviance, as indicated by the recent vote in Ireland in favour of marriage equality, and how we hope our web series will help accelerate the change.

Now please don’t go away without leaving a comment.  We live for your feedback.

One thought on “QUILTBAGS Episode 2: Meddling

  1. This comment was left by Catherine O’Brien, but under episode 1 instead of under the episode she was commenting on. I’ve copied it to here:

    “I appreciated this more than the first one. I think it was very good to acknowledge that parents are the ones who should have this type of conversation.
    So glad that you and Ruth are going to be able to speak to the people who will be interested in making a change.” – Catherine O’Brien

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