Hey it's great to hear you're finally making the film! Good luck...
Posts by barrywhitesnake
Hey I haven't read all the posts but if you want to be a film maker learn how to tell a story first before you spend all your money on gear! If your friends have good ideas, turn them into scripts for practice or maybe play with a classic that has no copyright on it. If you go down the gear track it's all about lenses. Get one good zoom lens I reckon. 2-3k...
Just a different angle for you to think about! Gear is nothing if you don't have a good story to tell (or something along those lines) J
I'm surprised Couch Kumaras didn't take it out too. Their film was poetic, beautiful and inspiring. Really good to see lots of originality in the finals and throughout the comp this year and it's still blows me away what the DSLR's have done for anyone who wants a piece of the action. Looking forward to late nights in the screening room..nice work Ant!
What a nice man.
I think an audience appreciates honesty, wether it's from the director or the actors. I don't know much about arcs but I have a 22ft trailer sailor on my front lawn.
Cuzzie films are always entertaining and they have a great range of characters to chose from up the coast. It would be great to see them make something in their own time if they haven't already.
Hey there are three ways to react...C) To support the teams that do well and let them know they have your support. A + B means you're only thinking about yourself.
$15 to rent a mic we didn't use and $50 on food...cheap as chips
No worries Al...glad you enjoyed those 3 seconds of credits.
Hey thank you...yes I have German friends (NO!) and so will be taking the subtitles out for them and posting it on vimeo. Ironically, I think that's what slowed my rendering down and made me miss the deadline! Damn, I need to upgrade.
Hey we were 2 hours late but had a great weekend. Thanks everyone!
This is great!