“DESIGN, BUILD, TEST” is a documentary film that will follow a community of experimental test pilots in the Mojave Desert as they race to prepare themselves and their planes for the Mojave Experimental Fly-In, a week-long record setting event in which they will all be flying aircraft that they have designed and built themselves. This is the story of a community that is deeply committed to breaking new ground in aviation without any guarantee of safety or success, and they rely solely on…
Everything about the film was big. Shot in “Technirama” with an aspect ratio of 2.55 to 1 on the negatives (the highest ratio ever used in film), it had a runtime of 168 minutes. Interior shots were done at the Goldwyn Studios, but exterior shots were done in the Mojave Desert and a 3,000 acre ranch east of Stockton. The principle cast members were stars at the top of their game, the budget was there, the reputations were there… And so was the big behind-the-scenes drama.
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The doors to the town's old theatre opened and people rushed in trying to find a good seat. Classical music played over speakers. Everyone knew it would abruptly when the show was starting. Young actors and actresses ran around backstage trying to apply makeup, safety pin togas, and giving each other words of encouragement. Eliza and Mitchell sat huddled together in the stuffy area behind the curtain near a small fan practicing lines. It was time to kill Caesar.