This is the blog for the upcoming sci-fi dark comedy Android Re-Enactment. Our primary function is interactivity, so please come in, take a look around and tell us what you think!

Wednesday, November 12, 2008


REMOTE, Red Sneakers Media's new production featuring Android Re-Enactment's leading lady Sarah Silverthorne had its premiere recently. Check out the poster and teaser below.

Friday, November 7, 2008

Wish You Were Here

I heard from Darryl this morning. It sounds like him and Steve are having a blast down there. They've been meeting with a lot of distributors and filmmakers and the reaction to the trailer and footage has been overwhelmingly positive.

More news to come, with hopefully some video by next week.

Tuesday, November 4, 2008

And They're Off!

Today, Darryl and Steve are off to sunny California for this year’s American Film Market. They are armed with some cut together footage and a whole lot of enthusiasm. I’m expecting updates from him over the next week, so stay tuned to see what happens to them over in Lalaland. Good luck guys!

Monday, November 3, 2008

Two Promo Stills

Stuff is slowly trickling in from Darryl - the mad genius at the head of this whole bloody affair - so I'll post these two production stills to keep things current while I get everything set up here. Update coming soon!

It's Alive!

Greetings and salutations! I guess you are wondering just what the heck is an Android Re-Enactment? Well, this past spring a bunch of crazy cats based in the GTA (that's Greater Toronto Area) decided to get together and shoot a feature film. Shooting began in early July in Niagara Falls and principal photography wrapped just a few weeks ago. My name is Jay Clarke, I am involved with the production (meaning I do whatever stuff needs to get done - in fact everybody has worn several different hats over the last few months) and when Darryl (the writer/director of AR) asked me to create a blog for it, I was happy to oblige. The AR blog is meant to work in tandem with the upcoming website, with an emphasis on interactivity. If you have any questions or remarks, feel free to post them here in the comments section, or email us directly at The shoot was a wild ride, as you will see as this blog evolves. Stay tuned.