Describing in a literal sense what is in the scene is much easier than explaining it’s meaning and how it fits into the the whole story. It took quite a while to shoot this scene which ends in different parts. The sex itself takes place in the construction site but the scene opens with a sequence shot over a couple of days in the desert.
We were very lucky to have access to the house and the surrounding area to shoot. It should have a very surreal and disorienting look to it and when I can show you the desert footage you will see how I mean.
It’s nearly a year old but I was just told that Hong Kong magazine Dimsum out me in the top 5 “Hotties” above James Franco. This is one of those times that I am failed for words.
There will be quite a few Slick It Up creations in “Incubus.”
Keep watching this space…
This is from Day 1 shooting Incubus. I had chosen Spencer Reed and Shay Michaels to be in the first sex scene in the movie. I had briefly met Spencer a few months before but this was the first day I had met Shay. When he needed a little help before his still shoot, we took the opportunity to get to know each other a little better.
(San Francisco, October 28th, 2011) TitanMen is pleased to announce they have wrapped filming and production of Francois Sagat’s Incubus. The film is Sagat’s first foray behind the camera in the role of Creative Director. The first of the two part series of films will release mid-December as TitanMen’s holiday blockbuster film.
Incubus was conceived, written, costumed, art directed and stars the world’s most iconic gay pornstar, Francois Sagat. The film follows Sagat’s journey into a macabre world, never knowing if it’s real or just the tormented dreams within his head. Half-man, half-satyr the two realms of Francois Sagat psyche battle it out on the screen.
Over the next 6 weeks, leading up to the release of Incubus, daily behind the scenes and making of videos will be posted exclusively here at www.FrancoisSagat.com. Keep checking back.
Keep reading and more pictures after the jump.
I always say “keep them guessing.”