A couple of days ago I had the impulse to work on the design for the poster for the film. Here's the result of my collaboration with Liz.
We found this advice from seasoned designer Niel Kellerhouse helpful:
"I view the “poster” (or making a single representative image) as a necessary exercise. In the same way a successful logo is a single image that represents a large company, it communicates a message about themselves, who they are and what they do. Likewise a poster should sum up what it is you want to message, sell or communicate about your film. Not in 24 frames, not 30 seconds, but one frame. You have one frame to tell me about your film. This process helps bring you to a clearer more concise communication with what it is you're trying to sell. Whether this single image or frame is manifested as a poster, an electronic ad, a billboard, a DVD cover, etc. it doesn't matter. It will directly inform all your ad media."
It's our first draft on a poster. We're now back to editing the actual film (at 24 frames per second).