Ten things about Cult's "Talk is Cheap"
In just two days, Cult premieres their second full-length video, "Talk is Cheap," at Shakespeare's Pub in Austin, Texas. Produced by filmmaker Ryan Navazio with assistance from Cult and the Cult team, "Talk is Cheap" went into production not long after Cult's first video ("Let Em Talk"), and the video's logo has been inked on a good part of the team during filming. While editing, Ryan Navazio offered updates on his progress via Twitter, and also dropped a few hints about what to expect in the upcoming video. Combined with a few text messages because Navaz was probably too paranoid to pick up a call from a 310 area code, I culled together a quick hit video primer for the worldwide premiere of "Talk is Cheap." If you're in Austin on Friday night, the premiere starts at 8 p.m. with an all ages showing.
- From the first clip filmed to the final day of editing, "Talk is Cheap" production spanned two years to the week.
- Navaz started editing for "Talk is Cheap" on or around August 20.
- Navazio finished editing the final version of "Talk is Cheap" on Saturday, October 6. The last section to be edited was the credits section.
- Total running time of "Talk is Cheap" is 53 minutes.
- U.K. team rider Sebastian Keep has a full section.
- Navaz's latest night of editing "Talk is Cheap" ended at 6:40 a.m. on the morning of Thursday, October 4.
- "Talk is Cheap" features nine full parts from the Cult team, plus an intro, one mix section and credits.
- After editing was completed, Navaz was left with 8-10 minutes of leftover/bonus footage.
- Cult team rider Trey Jones accrued an hour's worth of footage in Navaz's Final Cut timeline.
- Both Cult's Robbie Morales and video producer Ryan Navazio have clips in "Talk is Cheap."
- * The video was not in fact named for a Bold song.