A Cinematic Journey: ‘Dragon Saga’ in Keats, Kansas – Directed by Kent Nelson

By Jayson Henderson

In the world of filmmaking, creative minds often embark on extraordinary journeys to bring captivating stories to life. Today, we have a unique opportunity to delve into the making of “Dragon Saga,” a recently released cinematic story of man vs monster or in this case woman vs dragon. Join me as I talk to the mastermind behind the movie, unraveling the secrets and stories that shaped its creation.


Jayson: Can you tell us about your background in filmmaking and how it led you to the creation of “Dragon Saga”?

Kent Nelson goes on to provide us with further insight into the dragon.


Jayson: Where was “Dragon Saga” filmed, and why did you choose that location?


Jayson: Could you provide some insights into the timeline of this project? How long did it take from conceptualization to completion?


Jayson: Budgets can vary significantly in filmmaking. Can you give us a sense of the overall cost of producing “Dragon Saga”?


Jayson: Filmmaking often requires a dedicated team. How large was your crew, and what were their key roles in bringing this project to life?


Jayson: What served as the inspiration behind the storyline and concept of “Dragon Saga”?


Jayson: I noticed in the behind-the-scenes video you released that there was an unexpected setback due to rain. Can you share more about how this impacted the production and the emotions you and your team went through on that night?


Jayson: Have you considered or planned a sequel or part two to continue the story?

The magic of filmmaking lies not only in the final product but in the journey that brings it to life. “Dragon Saga” is a testament to the dedication, inspiration, and creativity of its creators, and we hope you’ve enjoyed this exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the making of this incredible cinematic adventure.

Full Video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ELukBQPDOqQ

Behind the scenes: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QPZv-G6ANuI

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