The Making of Greendale
In an interview on DVDFILE.COM with Neil Young's Producer Larry Johnson and Manager Elliot Roberts, they are asked about the filming of Greendale:
ELLIOT ROBERTS: We shot in and around Half Moon Bay in Northern California - we shot a little in Pescadero, as well. It was really great - there was a great of spontaneity in making the film. We shot near our homes, we worked with our friends. It was a really wonderful process.
LARRY JOHNSON: We shot for about thirteen days. Then we did some pick-ups after the first round of editing. And then the editing process lasted about two months. It wasn't very long.
Also, Johnson is asked about future plans for Neil Young's studio Shakey Pictures:
LARRY JOHNSON: We're getting the extended version of Human Highway ready for DVD later this year. Shakey Pictures has been very active for the last few months, and we're just going to keep going until our projects are finished. With Greendale and then this - it's been a great experience.
More on the making of Greendale.