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Liebemarlene and the Nolan House

Tuesday, December 29

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In the tiny town of Bostwick, Georgia there's this wonderful abandoned plantation without any doors. Peppermint magazine covergirl Rhiannon and filmmaker Drew Tyndell discovered that it was the perfect place for their dreamy Super 8-esque film, the Nolan House. This little gem of a movie is set to Bob Dylan's "Don't Think Twice, It's All Right."

Take a look and let me know what you think!

Nolan house from Drew Tyndell on Vimeo.


Rhiannon said later about the house: "I think it might be haunted though I can't be sure."

Adds to the lure...

Have a lovely day,
Tina
(Liss' guest blogger this week).

38 comments:

  1. Oh... it feels so good: the images, the music!
    Thanks!!!! you just made my day sweeter:)

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  2. Gorgeous. Also my absolute fave Dylan song!

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  3. oh I saw this months ago and didn't know the name! isn't just lovely!
    thanks for putting a name to this wonder for me.

    Lots of blogging love
    Erica

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  4. awesome,
    I really like it=)

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  5. Hello. It's exciting to see you as a guest blogger. I follow your blog, too. Thanks for posting this lovely vid. I have this thing for country songs and countryside, so watching this makes me feel nostalgic, but in a beautiful way. =)

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  6. precious! Rhiannon is so darling on her own, and they always find such charming settings to shoot in. Drew is quite talented. I'm feeling so inspired in this coming year to try and learn film-making! Thanks for sharing this!

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  7. Oh, I absolutely love this! It is exactly what I imagine an old plantation house outside Savannah, GA to be...all Interview with the Vampire like!

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  8. Absolutely wonderful!
    Wishing you all the happiness for 2010!

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  9. although some charm...it kind of scares me....i can't believe she touched that spider!

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  10. a strange house???
    mmmmm
    www.whatdialike.com

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  11. That's wonderful..!! All this old camera effect on the video makes it so much nicer!

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  12. I loved this video! She always seems to find interesting abandoned houses to film/take photos in. I wish I was there.. :D

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  13. ow my! one of the best things I've seen in the recent days. great great!

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  14. I saw this a while ago, and I just love it. I love Rhiannon's blog. and this one too!

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  15. Such a beautiful setting. I've always loved the look of abandoned buildings.

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  16. i fell in love with this video the first time i saw it, and it never seems to get tired. there's nothing more beautiful than watching an artist and his muse at work.

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  17. this is such an incredible video! you always post the loveliest things.

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  18. Dreammy, the softness and the sweetness is breath taking.
    I would like to be there as it is.

    Yours faithfully*

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  19. that's so beautiful! i really really adore it. thanks for sharing!

    xo katherine aka. urban flea :)
    http://www.urbanfleadesign.net

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  20. Tina it is lovely!! Great, great video and photographs!

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  21. Really liked the dreamy colours and the light eating away at the image. The lo-fi quality of this little film really added to the atmosphere, so did the music...x

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  22. Really sweet and very atmospheric; love the lighting. Sabine x

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  23. Simply awesome. Maybe the house is hunted, maybe not... but is a wonderful place (And Rihannon is a lovely woman!)

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  24. lov your photos and your looks!
    follow you!


    kisess



    http://bailando-en-una-maceta.blogspot.com/

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  25. That movie was so beautiful! I wish I could have a photoshoot there :D It would be amazing!

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  26. Beautiful! Rhiannon is so lovely-she fits the atmosphere perfectly!

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  27. Tina, thanks so much for posting this. It made my day to see the video on Daydream Lily--I showed Drew right away. :)

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  28. I absolutely loved this video. It's a great reminder of why I chose to live in the South in the first place!

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  29. this is just simply lovely! you made my day. :]

    a little yellow button.

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  30. House, colors, music, clothes... perfect !
    Thanks for sharing :)

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