Day 3: Crazy cabbies, artsy food and a longed-for cat named Max.
There’s lots of kissing in Ecuador, J.T. discovers on Day 2 of his travel journal.
Director J.T. Tepnapa’s travel journal to Ecuador for a Judas Kiss screening at the El Lugar Sin Límites film festival.
Judas Kiss star Charlie David names his favorite GLBT movies on the QMovie Blog.
A Twitter user shares how much Judas Kiss affected him.
After a day of intense, dramatic interiors, Day 8 took us back outside for exteriors shot on the University of Washington campus.
After several days of shooting outdoors, we finally ventured indoors to shoot interior scenes, but things quickly got complicated.
The first five days of shooting Judas Kiss were a big success. Everything was on schedule. But Day 6 was time to step up our game.
On Day 5 of the shoot, we meet the Key to Your Future — the Keystone Summit University campus, portrayed by the University of Washington in Seattle.
For a movie that’s about traveling through time, Day 4 of Judas Kiss showed off the way in which filmmaking is a lot like time travel. And how director J.T. Tepnapa can be like a 12-year-old.