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Frank Hool August 27th, 2006 01:13 AM

Riley, You guys have there ability to tell stories that sounds very touching. Very nice classical style doc.

Nathaniel McInnes August 27th, 2006 05:23 AM

my god. Amazing. (bit corny/cheesey, Well big time. But i love it.) How did you get the chroma so good. what camera did you use. I no you used flight sim because i go on it all the time but.
Just WOW

Nathaniel McInnes August 27th, 2006 05:25 AM

has any one had a look at this. If so could you please give me some comments.

Nathaniel McInnes August 27th, 2006 03:26 PM

Just a quick question. What is the name of that theme tune when the planes taking off and flying in the sky

Anthony Faust August 28th, 2006 09:04 AM

new D.C film label
 
Hello everyone,

I'd like to share with you my new website. It's http://www.4312productions.com. I have pictures and videos of my latest projects.

For people in the D.C area, please contact me if you're interested in working with us. Actors especially!

Mike Horrigan August 29th, 2006 12:30 PM

Please take a look at my first Short (currently in development)
 
This is my first post!

http://www.myspace.com/the_subject

There are 3 clips on the front page of the link provided above.

I'm still shooting but this will give you a glimpse of what I'm creating. I was going to call it "The Hit', but have since changed the title to "The Subject"

Please take a look and critique it for me.

Thanks,

Mike

Zach Schuyler August 29th, 2006 02:12 PM

New Trailer for The Box - feature film
 
I am currently 85% done with a feature film I have been shooting here in Louisville, KY. The website for the movie is here .

Although the trailer is on the website, you can also view it
here.

We had nice write up in Fangoria that can be viewed here and just had our trailer accepted as an Official Selection in the Fright Night Film Fest.

We are fairly happy with how this is proceeding considering we are not quite done with the film yet.

Shaughan Flynn August 29th, 2006 09:11 PM

I like what I see. Some shots are a bit too dark for my taste. I presume that is the intent though. Will be nice to see the finished product!

Dave Ferdinand August 30th, 2006 12:20 AM

Looks pretty good, shame there's no voice over on the trailer. I think it would make it look much more 'professional' and also add a bit more info regarding the story.

Nicely done though.

Justin Tomchuk August 30th, 2006 06:59 AM

Mike, another great job on a short. I'm impressed again. I am glad you are taking the video outside, for me, when short videos start inside it seems very claustrophobic. Once you start building on you your video even more, I would tighten up the scenes though. They should not be so long. Some of the running cuts could be replaced with various shots of the winderness or woods. Cut to running, then cut to running then again loses attention of people.

Other than that, it looks pretty good. Nice job on the effects.

Justin

Mike Horrigan August 30th, 2006 07:19 AM

Hi Justin, not sure if you have me confused with someone else. This is my first short, I've attempted one other, but never got to finish it. I do have some indoor footage posted on another site, maybe that's what you are referring to. It's all part of the same "short" though.

I'm self-taught and running the entire show. Directing, lighting, editing, SFX, etc...

I'm learning as I go and I have a LOT to learn. :)

Justin Tomchuk August 30th, 2006 08:27 AM

Hey Mike. That was probably me rambling on because I just woke up. I just checked my post history and I saw another first video I commented on, which was not yours. Sorry for confusion, lol.

Justin

Mike Horrigan August 30th, 2006 09:22 AM

No problem, thanks for the comments.

Mike

Eli R Cantu August 30th, 2006 04:29 PM

My First Movie- Heres the trailer.
 
I had a XLs for a very long time now and have done a few thing here and there. Its been dropped, frozen in New York, rained on in Japan, and super heated in Texas. With a broken lens assembly, viewfinder and a dodgy firewire port, its never been part of an actual production til now. Here is the trailer for my first movie.

I played the role of DP/Camera/Editor/Soud Design & executive producer.


With some ADR and alot of color correction to go. I wanted to give you guys an early first look of what we been doing for the past 4 months of pre, principle and post of production. This is really raw unalterd video straight from tha camera. No color correction has been applied since editing and sound scyncing has been the focus. Plus the bar part is being overdubbed cause of the loud ambience. With that said, please let me know what you guys think.



CLICK FOR TRAILER (WMV9) 8 MEGS

http://www.filefactory.com/file/866c4f/

Justin Tomchuk August 30th, 2006 07:43 PM

Demo Reel - Need Suggestions
 
Hey everyone. I put together my first demo reel for my website and anyone who asks for one. I need some input on ways to improve it, why you like what you don't. It's only 2 minutes long. The words are a little small, but that's just because it's only 320x240, it's meant for DVD.

http://users.eastlink.ca/~jtomchuk/misc/Reel.zip

Thanks,
Justin

Dave Perry August 30th, 2006 07:56 PM

I like the stop motion annimation and graphics. The people didn't make much sense to me though.

I also like Legos :)

Dave Perry August 30th, 2006 07:58 PM

Re-Did My demo reel
 
I don't have a lot of my own footage. Most of my work has been done for my employer but everything in this demo was shot and edited by me. Let me know what y'all think.

http://www.daveperry.net/pages/demo_reel_072606.shtml

Justin Tomchuk August 30th, 2006 08:15 PM

Cool, full of colour. I like how it's well synced to the music. I like the ferris wheel shot the most.

Justin

Cole McDonald August 30th, 2006 09:39 PM

nice angles, fun style in your animation!

Eric Kome August 30th, 2006 10:51 PM

nice. good action. i too love that carnival ride shot - great lighting. i, personally, would drop that "...and strange" part at the end. the shot itself is way too long, and isn't doing anything to help the reel in my opinion. makes an otherwise professional-looking reel look less so. otherwise, looks good!

Eli R Cantu August 31st, 2006 10:02 AM

Savefile is having issues

Use this link for a slightly different trailer. Were about to get our festival leaf priviliges from CineSol festival so this is going to change the trailer.

http://www.savefile.com/files/14811

Don Donatello August 31st, 2006 09:12 PM

i almost stopped viewing it after 2 min - but i glad i didn't ... i found most of it a bit rough but under it all is a sense of humor that is very creative ... i think you should do some more and over time that humor/creativeness will come out more & more .. IMO you are on to something .. keep developing/refining the character ...

Don Donatello August 31st, 2006 09:27 PM

over all i liked it ... it catches my interest and i'm ready to see MORE ...
to knit pick i found from 36sec to 50 sec just not as tight/together as the 1st 35sec and end after 50sec ...
now don't get what i'm trying to say wrong - it is GOOD - just think the 36-50 seconds could be better ? not sure how?

Don Donatello August 31st, 2006 09:43 PM

and a very good 2 min ...
on the web it's hard to read the text but i assume on the DVD it can be read ..
IMO start sending out the DVD ...
keep up the good work ...
you planning to go into animation ?
special effects ?

Walter S. Chelliah September 1st, 2006 03:30 AM

Edmonton 48 Hour Film Fest Entry: Cognitive Dissonance
 
Here's my entry into the 48 Hour Film Festival: Edmonton Edition.

http://definitiveprojx.net/film-cognitive-dissonance/

We won an Honorable Mention award for Cinematography.

Any comments and/or feedback appreciated.
Thanks.

Dave Ferdinand September 1st, 2006 05:57 PM

Very nicely done.

I would have reduced the green color just slightly but maybe it's my monitor that's oversaturating the colors...

I really liked the fact that you left the reds in. The narration and music are great too.

Justin Tomchuk September 1st, 2006 06:30 PM

Walter, superb job. The voiceover was excellent, perfectly clear. It was really a terrific job. After he said 'that was then and this is now', I thought it would be better if he was boxing for real, like in a match and he regained his eyesight through the fight, instead of training in the garage.

I like the green colours. I can tell it wasn't totally monochromatic, but green overpowered everything else, except for red.

The font choice for the credits was is a little busy. Something gritty but more simple would work better.

Congratulations on the Honorable Mention.

Justin

Walter S. Chelliah September 1st, 2006 10:31 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Dave Ferdinand
Very nicely done.

I would have reduced the green color just slightly but maybe it's my monitor that's oversaturating the colors...

I really liked the fact that you left the reds in. The narration and music are great too.

Thanks Dave.

I might have blown out some of the highlights when I was CCing but it was all intended.

Walter S. Chelliah September 1st, 2006 10:36 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Justin Tomchuk
Walter, superb job. The voiceover was excellent, perfectly clear. It was really a terrific job. After he said 'that was then and this is now', I thought it would be better if he was boxing for real, like in a match and he regained his eyesight through the fight, instead of training in the garage.

I like the green colours. I can tell it wasn't totally monochromatic, but green overpowered everything else, except for red.

The font choice for the credits was is a little busy. Something gritty but more simple would work better.

Congratulations on the Honorable Mention.

Justin

Thanks Justin.

I agree that it would have been better if he had been in a real fight, and that was the way it was originally written but we couldn't get a single boxing club/facility to co-operate with us in Edmonton so we had to write around what we had access to. Pain in the ass to do on any film but an even bigger pain in the ass to do on a 48 Hour Film when you've got extremely limited time.

Glad you liked the green. I was going for the Tony Scott film look.

I wasn't a fan of the font at first but it kind of grew on me. I'll probably never use it again.

Again, thanks for checking it out.

Marlon Torres September 2nd, 2006 01:40 PM

More Junipero
 
heres another 2 minute clip from my student film

http://www.citizencine.com/films/jun...pero_part3.mov

its 100mb QT7 H.264

Andy Graham September 2nd, 2006 05:01 PM

I've been following junipero as you've posted it, I think you have a keen sense of how films are put together and how to make them flow. I also think your script is excelent...did you write it yourself? it's like a mix between mad max and shakespeare
.Anyway good work.

Andy.

Don Donatello September 2nd, 2006 11:59 PM

took a few minutes to get used to it .. moves along very well ( good pacing) .... had me laughing ... i'll tune in again ....
the last time i saw somebody go out on the limb like ( or should i say had the gonads like) that was about 9 years ago and that was vin diesel ...
keep em coming !

Nils Hoover September 3rd, 2006 02:18 PM

Yellowcow Productions
 
in all reality it is just me, but here is a link to my website: www.yellowcow.net and also if you find that doesnt work so well or you would just rather watch it at youtube you can watch them at www.youtube.com/misternils Leave any comments here or where ever, or if you really want you can e-mail me at yelowcow@yahoo.com

Ernesto Mantaras September 3rd, 2006 10:50 PM

[I] - Montage work on "Structure"
 
Hello. This is the second short film I post. Hope this one has better luck than the last one... ^_^

I made it for my Montage class. It's supposed to be a structural composition over framing cuts, where it's all harmoniously put together to provide a meaning... Though I don't know if I've succeded or not, since we haven't been told of the outcome of the evaluation of the practical works.

Anyways, hope you can tell me whether it's worth a penny at least, so please leave any feedback you feel like, 'cause I'm not very sure what to think of it, since I had to toss some ideas, and I really need some criticism.

By the way, it was shot on digital, of course, but I would like you to watch it before I tell you what I shot it with, 'cause hopefully you'll be surprised to know afterwards what camera I used.
Here's the link. It's a .mov file, 18MB. Just go to the blue link "Download for free with FileFactory Basic", and on the next page hit "Click here to begin your download":

http://www.filefactory.com/file/2fa341/

See ya!

Don Donatello September 3rd, 2006 11:37 PM

i don't see any clip ?
does one have to register to view clips ?

Ernesto Mantaras September 4th, 2006 07:33 AM

Oh, I just got here. You just have to hit the link that says:

"Download for free with FileFactory Basic"

That will lead you to another page where the link for the video will be made available. That one will be:

"Click here to begin your download"

I'm sorry for the inconvenience, but I don't have any dedicated server to host the file. Hope you don't have any more problems.

John Holland September 4th, 2006 01:20 PM

The Green Bench Show: Episode One "Violence"
 
www.greenbench.tv/Violence.wmv

Hey all, just finished the first episode of our sketch comedy show. It's just something me and my friends have been doing for fun over the past few years. We spent a whopping total of $21 on this one! But nonetheless, it still came out pretty funny.

Problems I am aware of:

Audio in a few places overmodulates and the crinkling of clothes against the mic can be heard.

Lighting is a little harsh at some places, but we shot guerilla style so there was no time to set up lighting (same applies to audio).

A few other problems as well since again, we shot guerilla style, but it was a fun learning experience. Any feedback is greatly appreciated (even if you absolutely hated it).

Josh Johnson September 4th, 2006 01:40 PM

Trailer for a new short, "How to be a Girl"
 
I have been working on a new short called "How to be a Girl" and just posted a trailer for it on Saturday. I hope you enjoy and would love to hear comments or criticisms!

http://video.google.com/videoplay?do...33701968&hl=en

For a more high quality version that requires the DivX Plugin please visit:

http://stage6.divx.com/members/84029/videos/1008430

This trailer features music by Elyce. http://www.myspace.com/elycemusic Check out her profile for more great music!

Thanks,
Josh
http://www.howtobeagirlmovie.com

Shaughan Flynn September 5th, 2006 12:05 PM

That was a good laugh, Nils. Nice work :)

Shaughan Flynn September 5th, 2006 01:14 PM

I agree with Don - It was good. Lots of fun. Some of the...ahem...humor was a bit gross, but I thought it was a real hoot.


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