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Old July 19th, 2003, 07:22 PM   #16
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<<<-- Originally posted by Scott Anderson :

http://members.cox.net/scottandersonpictures2/film_club.htm

(BTW this film has been basically abandoned and needs a permanent home - any suggestions?)

http://members.cox.net/azscott/otphq.htm

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southernweb.net is pretty cheap, that's where I host

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Old July 20th, 2003, 01:40 AM   #17
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Very interesting, Scott, about what you said about the rush of having an audience see your work. I should probably tell my story. I just finished law school, and at the school we had an annual musical production which I produced and music directed my final year. I also happened to be the film director, basically because I was the only one with a good DV camera (GL2) and editing ability. We decided to combine all sorts of multimedia for this live show, especially movies. One scene, for example, featured a person on stage having a conversation with a person on film. It worked out extremely well and the audience LOVED it. And it was a pretty big screen, and it was in DV.

So maybe we couldn't have shown an entire movie in DV on a big screen and had it stand on its own, but combining that one medium with all the others (live acting, singing, etc.) made for a wonderful experience for cast and audience. It certainly was a rush (and a fear!) to have the audience react to the first movies I'd ever made, and it was a load of fun. But we thought outside the box for that project and I think that's what made it the most fun.
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