On Saturday, a few special fans witnessed the next phase of Glenn's career take shape as he and the American Dream Labs unveiled the pilot episode of 'History House'. The first episode told the story of Johnny Appleseed using a mix of stop-motion animation and live action.
The guests all purchased their tickets to the Keys to the Kingdom event as part of the crowd-funding campaign at the end of 2014 to get several of the American Dream Labs productions started. As you can see from the photos, the day featured tours of Mercury Studios, a museum exhibit, fine dining, and a screening of 'History House'.
Stage 33. Last night after two months of almost nonstop work, it finally sat quite without the constant hustle and bustle. I can literally say we put our blood, sweat, and tears into the first episode of #historyhouse I sorta already miss my home away from home, but I defiantly already miss the amazing creative minds that filled this space on a daily basis. It was tough, and I missed my own family like crazy. But you guys made it an experience I will always remember and never regret. @cmcardon @derrickd44 @americandreamlabs @akrapheal @bryndon_everett @_sam_tyler @cathedonia @bradskaar @glennbeck
And just like that, It is finished. #historyhouse #AmericanDreamLabs #keytothekingdom #easter still setting in that the pilot is over and now I'm just reflecting on the amazing time it was working with some of the most amazing people I have ever met in my life. I can't wait to keep working on more episodes, other films, and creating art with them as time goes on