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Emre Safak February 25th, 2006 10:26 AM

I found it interesting. Thank you for sharing.

Joe Strong February 25th, 2006 01:58 PM

Thanks for that, and the other clips on the site. As someone absolutely brand-new to filmmaking, every little bit of information is useful. I picked up a couple of things from each clip, especially the one on ADR. Much appreciated!

Peter John Ross February 25th, 2006 02:27 PM


Originally Posted by Joe Strong
Thanks for that, and the other clips on the site. As someone absolutely brand-new to filmmaking, every little bit of information is useful. I picked up a couple of things from each clip, especially the one on ADR. Much appreciated!

The ADR one is misleading. You don't need a studio to do it, the concept is to be able to re-record dialogue or change lines during coverage and reaction shots to improve or fix your movie.

Volker Krieger February 26th, 2006 01:54 AM

Chain Video
Chain Video

A night in the bar with the award winners Volker Krieger (www.vk-videokunst.com Dortmund) and Sascha Dornhöfer (www.neuemassenproduktion.de Berlin) results most of the time in an empty pocket and a bunch of good ideas. Last year they have initiated a chain video as it is called. Krieger and Dornhöfer provide two initial segments that should be continued by videos of other filmmakers. All filmmakers worldwide are invited to participate in the project to create an epic work of art. All non-English videos must be provided with English subtitles. Films should not exceed 2 minutes and should be sent in as Quicktime format. A detailed set of rules as well as all other necessary information can be found on

Len Imbery February 26th, 2006 12:02 PM

your short
Riveting dialoge!...I was on the edge of my seat with suspense!....And the acting!......Wow!

Volker Krieger February 27th, 2006 06:09 PM

SYW 2006
AVI-Version of Chat Room subtitled:

http://www.vk-videokunst.com/Chatroomengl.avi (29 MB)

Richard Bender February 28th, 2006 08:41 AM

A question that is in no way meant to be negative. Just for my info. The shots of the girl over his shoulder. Do they break the 180 degree rule in that she goes to the right of the screen. Should the shots have been over his left shoulder which would have kept her to the left of the scree?

Mick Isdes February 28th, 2006 04:41 PM

Vish, killer man!
I live in Honolulu and my buds who were visting finally got me to buy a "real steed" although I just got into riding we went to Kahuku lastweekend and rode in the mud/clay brutal it was..I am down for shooting without a doubt! if you got some free time get at me.

Bigo Hoggins March 1st, 2006 02:39 AM

VX2000 music video now with more link lol.....
this is the second video I ever did. I was going for the grimy gutter look. feel free to comment as I used this boards friendly advice to get this far....

my bad lol.... scroll to where it says Woodie & Hogglife Ent. Drop New Video Exclusive
heres the link


Jeremy Hughes March 1st, 2006 08:54 AM

Its uh... hmmm... no link :P

Chris Ivanovskis March 1st, 2006 02:34 PM

its terrible...

that i can't see it

Vish Matepi March 1st, 2006 03:33 PM

thanks mick,

nice site you got there, is that your full time work?
are you shooting HDV?

Bigo Hoggins March 1st, 2006 04:19 PM

I got the link on there now.... sorry

Alec Rossel March 2nd, 2006 09:51 AM

Part 1 of THE BAG is online!
Hey everyone,

THE BAG is being presented in two parts. Part 1 is on the website now, and Part II will be up next Wednesday. The movie was a big hit at the Look At My Shorts III Film Festival. If you liked THE WARNING, you'll really like THE BAG. So go check it out HERE and let me know what you think.


Mick Isdes March 2nd, 2006 05:48 PM

well that and other projects and no I'm not shooting HDV I am still waiting to see what happens:)

Chad Huntley March 2nd, 2006 07:58 PM

This video is a documentary/comedy about a group of Bike riders at Michigan State University. All dialog inbetween is improv, and aside from me, it was every guys first time ever being in front of a camera. We had a great time making it and I hope you guys enjoy it!


Also, I want to point out the way the video is displayed to the internet user. I've suddenly become a huge fan of Flash video (.flv) for HD footage as the quality is very nice for the file size (this video is just a little bigger than 10mb). I used to use WM9 pre-HD footage, but now, it just seems like Flash is the way to go.

Jeremy Hughes March 3rd, 2006 12:16 PM

That had me crackin up. Bus was classic - i didnt see that coming with the little spot you did. Lots of good stuff here man - make a DV Info series of it man!

Jon Fordham March 3rd, 2006 12:37 PM

Hip Hop's Dead invited to screen at the 2006 Sundays in the City March Movie Marathon
For those of you who were not able to catch the experimental HDV Music Video "Hip Hop's Dead" during my lecture at the 2005 HDFEST screening last October, now's your chance! "Hip Hop's Dead" has been invited to screen during the 2006 Sundays in the City March Movie Marathon on Sunday March 12th at 6:00PM, and again on Sunday March 26th at 7:00PM.

"Hip Hop’s Dead" is an experimental music video that was produced as an example of HDV production and screened during my lecture “HDV: A Cinematographer’s Point of View” at HDFEST 2005 in New York City.

You can read about the creation of this project here:

Hip Hop's Dead Production Article Part 1

Hip Hop's Dead Production Article Part 2

If you are unable to make it to the festival or live outside the New York area and are still interested in viewing the Music Video, you can watch it at the IFC Media Lab website by clicking here: http://medialab.ifc.com/film_detail.jsp?film_id=471

Also, the multi award winning Blackwater Elegy will do an encore screening at the 2006 Sundays in the City March Movie Marathon on Sunday March 26 at 7:00PM following "Hip Hop's Dead" second screening.

Again, the details are:

What: Jon Fordham's experimental Music Video project "Hip Hop's Dead"
Where: Screening at the 2006 Sundays in the City March Movie Marathon
When: Sunday March 12th at 6:00PM and again on Sunday March 26th at 7:00PM.

For more info please visit the 2006 Sundays in the City March Movie Marathon by clicking here: http://www.lonebeast.com/sundaysinth...ttheevent.html

Travis Cossel March 4th, 2006 02:32 AM

That was great stuff! Wonderfully done. Anyone who has ever been in a chat room will identify with that! Congratulations.

Matt Trubac March 5th, 2006 09:41 PM

Good job. I really liked the CATA Bus. I read Jeremy's post before I watched it and I didn't even see it coming. I'm in Holt, just around the corner from MSU.

Shane Valdez March 6th, 2006 03:49 PM

Short Film (Comedy) Shot on XL2/DVX100a
Here's a Short Film I did that was shot on a DVX100a/XL2
It's a Comedy about three friends that move to Las Vegas to begin their music career.

It won Best Directing and Audience Choice at last years 48 Hour Film Festival.


Hope you enjoy!

Jeff McElroy March 6th, 2006 04:18 PM

Dude, that made me cry. Seriously, awesome job!

Brent Marks March 7th, 2006 12:33 AM

Not too bad...

How long did it take you to shoot?

And what did you edit with? Just curious

Good luck! Rock on

Bigo Hoggins March 7th, 2006 01:02 AM


Originally Posted by Brent Marks
Not too bad...

How long did it take you to shoot?

And what did you edit with? Just curious

Good luck! Rock on

I was drinkin from 10pm to 4pm (I usually shoot drunk lol....) and every hour or so we'd shoot like 10 mins worth of footage. I use premiere pro 7.0 and after effects 6.5.

Brent Marks March 7th, 2006 01:10 AM

wmvHD dvd for xbox 360
Can I burn a regular dvd with a wmvHD file on it and then play that DVD in an Xbox 360?

Yes or no?


Marcus Marchesseault March 7th, 2006 07:11 AM

I'm pretty sure that was more entertaining than anything that I have worked on. Great locations and no glaring problems anywhere. The script was obviously the real success, but to get a decent production in 48 hours is a big achievment.

Here are my critiques:

Sometimes, there is too much room reflection in the audio. There may not have been anything you could do, but here is what I thought might be a fix in one scene. When you were in the "waiting room" on the dolly, you could mount the shotgun mic on the dolly itself so it is pointing up at the actors just below frame.

I wanted a bit more of a reason for the MRI machine. I think, maybe, that having the narrator say, "and then something happens that puts things all into perspective" as the machine is running would be a good cliche' and set up the line "He's really sick." As it was, I think there may have been too much time between the setup and the punchline.

If I try, I could probably find problems with the lighting and such, but if I didn't notice them on the first and second pass, they are irrelevant.

Hana Hou! ("Good job!" in Hawaiian)

Saturnin Kondratiew March 7th, 2006 10:33 AM

Sneak Peak of my Stunt film Documentary/Vancouver, Canada March 12-shot on dvx100a
I will be showing a segment from the new stunt documentary called Throttle Trauma(previously called "Ride or Die Sucka!"). It features local stunt riders(dave,gaston,izzy and many others) ripping it up on one wheel. If you cant wait till the offishal release i encourage you to come out and watch this segment. Its for a good cause so dont be stingy, plus u if you never met me u'll get your chance. I'll be the one with crutches as i am a gimp. Fun to be had by all!


The party is on Sunday, March the 12th, doors open at 12, things get officially started at 2. If you want a good seat, don't be late! Daytona Motorcycle races, old Westwood races, good times. It's only $15, and the Shark Club, 180 W Georgia, Vancouver, graciously greets each guest with a complimentary beverage. BEER ;-)

Okay, you should know all the loot goes to the BC Children's Hospital, Oncology Ward. It's for kids with cancer and blood disorders. Their website is www.baldingfordollars.com, and it's an amazing program that I loose my hair for every year ;-)

Basically, we have lots of reasons to smile, why not share some. If that's not enough, there are some great prizes, but first, this one is so big, it will go to auction or draw! This is my exciting news!!!!!

A day snowboarding with Olympic Gold Medallist Ross Rebagliati, for you and a friend.
**Your passes will be provided by Whistler/Backcomb
**We're still working on your VIP lunch!
**The winning ticket will be trying out a new premium snowboard from Sapient Snowboards (www.showcasesnowboards.com), which they get to keep!

I have once again received the support of 6-time Canadian Superbike Champ Steve Crevier. Steve will be racing Daytona on a Trev Deeley Buell XB-RR, but he will be with us in spirit, and has offered up 'a day in your race pit'! For a budding racer/sport enthusiast, it doesn't get much better than that!

I have more prizes like that, things you can't buy at the local store. From
people with a heart!
For the rest of these awesome prizes, please check out
http://www.bcsportbikes.com/forum/sh...ad.php?t=63290, and look for
Bernie's 7th Annual Daytona Party for more updates as it draws closer.

Please give me a hand, see one of the local dealers below and grab a ticket early, it really helps me. It will save you from lining up!
Pacific Riding School
Dat or Mark

Carter Motorsports Coquitlam
Troy or Reception

Carter Motorsports Granville Is.

Imperial Motorcycles
Ted or Andii

Pacific Yamaha BMW
Thom Tyre or Parts

5th Gear
Bill, Holly or Diesel

Burnaby Kawasaki
Trevor or Jay

Richmond Motorsports

Mapleridge Motorsports
Troy or Parts

Holeshot Racing

McMartin Performance

Modern Motorcycles

Dylan Couper March 7th, 2006 11:17 AM

Good trailer Sat!

Saturnin Kondratiew March 7th, 2006 01:43 PM

yah i'll be working on a 2nd trailer soon...somthing special lol:D

Georg Liigand March 7th, 2006 03:37 PM

Estonian aviation event: planes landing on a frozen lake!
Hello everyone,

Here's my latest contribution to Estonian general aviation. Unfortunately we couldn't stay there for very long and I had to take all the shots rather quickly, but in my opinion they still came out pretty fine. Most of the footage was hand-filmed and the camera is Sony VX2100E. Once again I proved to myself that it's the largest camera I can have for filming in those cockpits. You simply don't have room to smoothly move the cam there.


Please let me know what you think!

Elliot Gabor March 7th, 2006 05:00 PM

Forced Suicide - XL2
Here is a short I just finished putting together.

It took me 2 days from script to finish


Andy Graham March 7th, 2006 07:04 PM

I like the little jump cuts with the flashes.

just curious Elliot did you inform the police and the local residents about using the prop gun?. If not your lucky you never got arrested or even shot.


Alexander Cooney March 7th, 2006 07:56 PM

The Red Hair Scare
I've been making movies on and off for a few years now, but with this project I decided to devote alot more time and effort into production. All editing and special effects was done with trial software, and the entire project took about three weeks to complete.

Although it is definately amateurish compared to the incredible stuff in this community, I strongly urge you to cook up some popcorn, sit back and take a look at
"The Red Head Scare"


Comments are genuinely welcome.

Elliot Gabor March 7th, 2006 10:39 PM

oh dont worry its ok, the gun wasn't a prop...JK the location wasn't somewhere that could be mistaken for something real happening, there were actually a lot of people around behind us for a kids birthday party I didn't mind taking my chances Also the whole shoot outside was under an hour so the gun was only out for like 15 minutes.

Eniola Akintoye March 7th, 2006 10:56 PM

Even though I did not understand a *hit of what they said, that was awesome!!!.

Andy Graham March 8th, 2006 04:38 AM


Originally Posted by Elliot Gabor
oh dont worry its ok, the gun wasn't a prop...J

lol....I hate using guns on sets. On one of my shoots the actor Terry Stone http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1316819/ was a friend of the london gangster dave courtney so he was a bit of a handfull, a realy nice guy though. We had a glock 17 and an AK 47, the glock fired blanks but the AK was the real thing that had been deactivated so obviously it looked real.Anyway he was running around the road with this Ak 47 having the time of his life. That was a stressfull day, I had to make up signs that said film set so the cars wouldn't phone the police and obviously I told the residents incase they were sitting in there houses terrified!.


Andreas Rylander March 8th, 2006 09:20 AM

Being swedish, I am sure I could comment on the grammar, but unfortunately I couldn't download?

Jeremy Hughes March 8th, 2006 01:48 PM

That was pretty funny. How old are you guys?

Jeremy Hughes March 8th, 2006 01:50 PM

No idea really... the microsoft developers site would probably tell you. Look under the Windows Media section and search around...

Alexander Cooney March 8th, 2006 02:08 PM


Most are 17, I'm 16, all Juniors in High School. Since we are all interested in film making, we tend to rotate acting and helping out with each other's movies. For the second year in a row, our movies have won 1st, 2nd, and 3rd in our school's film festival. Red Hair Scare came in second this year. It's not the oscars, but it gives us a nice incentive to keep ceating new stuff.

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