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Old October 10th, 2003, 04:49 PM   #331
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Shooter in Barcelona-Know of one? Know someone who may know?

Ok let's see if it really works. Hoping the rule of 6's will turn up a recommended shooter for me in Barcelona

Middle of the 1st week in November I've got a client who could use a little help shooting some footage on his DVX100 while he's there. It would be a student in front of subway with landmark in scene talking about their dual degree program and then some general scenic shots and then some shooting at the University of Barcelona.

Not high pressure stuff but it needs more cinemagraphic ability than my (nice guy) client can muster, I think.

Can anyone think of a good guy or gal for such a gig? I would appreciate it. My project would be better too with a shooter, shooting.

Thanks,
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Old October 11th, 2003, 04:18 AM   #332
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Posted this earlier but guess I didn't hit the 'submit' button:

Good looking work, are those from movies you've just made up or from actual fims? I take it that it's the former since the 'Fear in the Mist' with Bruce Campbell caught my eye, but I hadn't heard of it before.

Have you seen "Bubba Ho-Tep"? It's a great Bruce Campbell flick.

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Old October 11th, 2003, 10:47 AM   #333
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Originally posted by Brian Huey :
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...'Fear in the Mist' with Bruce Campbell caught my eye, but I hadn't heard of it before.
For me it was Chase Masterson and Robert Beltran that caught my eye. Masterson was a recurring character on Star Trek DS9 and Beltran was the First Officer on Star Trek Voyager.


Anyway, I love the posters. (I'm curious about the SpaceMan movie. I love how the poster looks like something from a 70's scifi flick.)

Hopefully sometime in 2004 or 2005 I will be ready to make use of your services. :)
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Old October 11th, 2003, 02:22 PM   #334
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WE've got one member from Barcelona. Do a search on the city name.
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Old October 12th, 2003, 09:48 PM   #335
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A little info please?

Hello everyone im new to the dv community so bear with me. Thanks!

Im in the last stages of pre production on a 15 min short. I was going to shoot it on a gl2 but now im thinking about shooting it with pro 8mm for the low light aspect. I can get my hands on a sony vx2000 so maybe that can work!


I need some advice from some members!! Thanks.


IM from Chicago so if any members want to get involved in my next film get at me. Im a poor college student so i can`t pay you but i can sure feed you with some good chi town cooking!
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Old October 13th, 2003, 01:23 PM   #336
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Keep in mind that 8mm shooting is going to cost you more then
when you shoot it on DV. Also, if it is your first short I'd highly
recommend shooting on digital, trust me on that one.

Another tip: please use descriptive titles for threads. A thread
with the name "A little info please?" doesn't give out any
information at all to what your question is. A lot of people just
skips those threads since the number of threads are increasing
every day here.

Thanks!
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Old October 13th, 2003, 10:31 PM   #337
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<<<-- Originally posted by Rob Lohman : Keep in mind that 8mm shooting is going to cost you more then
when you shoot it on DV. Also, if it is your first short I'd highly
recommend shooting on digital, trust me on that one.

Another tip: please use descriptive titles for threads. A thread
with the name "A little info please?" doesn't give out any
information at all to what your question is. A lot of people just
skips those threads since the number of threads are increasing
every day here.

Thanks! -->>>
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Old October 13th, 2003, 10:53 PM   #338
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which format to shoot on

Thanks Rob on the info, I think i will shoot on dv but i think it will be the sony vx2000 with promist filters.


thanks and long live indies.
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Old October 13th, 2003, 11:12 PM   #339
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Recommend you do your filtering in post, not in the camera. That way you have choices.
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Old October 14th, 2003, 03:10 AM   #340
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Thanks Mike for your help.


To all members, i have a connection to a indie art house theather in Benton Harbor MI that would like to show indie filmmakers works.

You will need your film on Vhs or dvd, and a poster for your promotion.

If you live in the greater Chicago area or closer, Benton Harbor is about 95 miles away. If this sounds good to you you can email me or leave me a post.


PS. IN Benton Harbor they are starving for a film movement so the city will not give you a hard time about shooting on their streets and the lake is a wonderful place to shoot for free.

I will be shooting my short there so come check me out !



1 avenue films... GOT 2 LUV IT!
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Old October 17th, 2003, 12:57 PM   #341
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Spaceman will be re-worked to look more dynamic...the one up there now is a 'teaser'.

I'm a big fan of Campbell and everybody 'starring' in my posters. Sadly, I can't find good photo refs of any of those actors...

I've got a sale going on right now! Instead of the normal $400 fee, first time customers can get their one-sheet poster done up for only $150.

Take a look at www.tedbragg.com and email me.
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Old October 17th, 2003, 04:59 PM   #342
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No-Budget Film

Putting together a two-character Charlie Kaufmanesque feature set in a cabin, shooting from November 8-November 23 up at Big Bear, CA two hours outside Los Angeles--and we need a camera operator and a sound man.

We're using the new JVC HD camcorder and in case you're curious, we're thrilled with the quality of the images it produces.
Unfortunately, there's no pay, it's only a labor of love--but it's a great script and great actors--and on the off chance someone buys it after it plays the festivals, of course all those involved would get a generous percentage. It could especially be a good oportunity for someone just starting out and looking for experience.

As two weeks is a long commitment, we only expect people to volunteer a portion of that time--we'd be thrilled to use whatever hours you have to offer.

If you're interested we'll email you a PDF of the script to see if it enthuses you.

Also, in exchange for any days worked on the movie my colleague will be glad to volunteer his services and the HD cam for any project in the LA area you'd like to do.

Thanks for reading:)
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Old October 17th, 2003, 10:01 PM   #343
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Looking for a list of available people in the DFW area.

First off, I'd like to see who is around here so I know who I can call on when I need something.

Secondly, I'm currently planning to shoot a pilot of a show I've developed to pitch to TLC (and similiar stations). I'll need some crew for the shoot. This would be a pro-bono deal.

Let me know if you're in this area and what your interest is.

Thanks.
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Old October 21st, 2003, 08:54 PM   #344
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Chicago Crew Call

Intelligent micro budget indie thriller feature from repped writer lensing in Chicago this winter... Project will likely originate on HD. 7 actors, one location, catered, etc.

Looking for various crew positions, including sound and line producer. Please send resume to alex@kirchit.com

thank you
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Old October 23rd, 2003, 09:40 AM   #345
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Hello Bryan. My name is Roy Verges, and I'm an editor using
Premiere 6.5 (PC platform).

Please let me know if you need any editing done.

I also do some audio when time allows.

If you like, you can email me at rverges@dentonisd.org.
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