- Episode Finale Dance
saying goodbye to "Circumstance"
- Just as sweet as it started 2 years ago, Richeille and I decided to end "Circumstance". Driving along the 405 to Palmdale we spoke of many things. www.4-aces.com, was to be the stage for our finale dance.
The Four Aces movie location is a professional film rentalset, which consists of a classic route 66-style diner, a weathered gas station and a 1950’s motel. The sets are fully dressed, realistically detailed interior and exteriorenvironments. They have beendesigned in such a way that they can be compositionally isolated from eachother.
Just over an hour out of Los Angeles, in one ofCalifornia’s most picturesquedeserts.
JP the owner and a 13 yearprofessional experience as a set builder, with a commercial background of musicvideos and film set, an artist in his own rightis a pleasure to do business with!
He prides himself as a storyteller being able to constantlychange the sets.
It is all about framing the shots, so both the motel, dinerand gas station stand alone as locations. The set is designed in a way that ittakes advantage of the natural beautiful desert light from sunrise to sunset. Parking is available on this 25 acre location as well as classic cars as props and a most recent additionis a classic Harley Davidson chopper. Art production, set construction services are also offered.
Make this place your next location!!!
www.4-aces.com JP (310)396-2211
Eric Allen and his magic pixie dust graced us with perfect hair and make up.
Lauren Juliet (firstname.lastname@example.org) and her 15 year old cousin Allie played out the scenes impeccably.