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Interested in CS Moviemaking? Apr. 23rd, 2009 @ 10:42 pm
One of my CS movies. Check out and estimate pls. I'm very interested in opinion of others! Enjoy
Current Location: Chernihiv
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Current Music: Blind Dog - Lose | Powered by Last.fm

Can you make a movie in 3 weeks? May. 22nd, 2008 @ 04:48 pm

 Last year, Teams from Hawaii, Japan, Michigan, Miami, Philadelphia and all over the US signed up to create an original animation or film based on one common secret "Element" in just 21 Days. Do you filmmakers need an excuse to make a movie, a venue to screen your film, or a deadline to help make sure that your talent, locations, and crew stay on schedule? Look no further - Project Twenty1 is here!

Team Signups:
Production runs from July 19-August 9, and the qualifying films will screen at the Philadelphia International House Theater from October 4-5. As a bonus, the top films will receive awards, recognition, DVD distribution. You do not need to be local to participate, but if you decide to visit us, you will also get to met a TON of award-winning industry professionals, talent, and other filmmakers at our networking events.

Let Project Twenty1 give you a kick in the pants to create the short animation or film you've always envisioned, help you promote it, and get it seen by international audiences! Heck, last year winners even received copies of Toon Boom Studio along with trophies and awards! Visit www.ProjectTwenty1.com today and see some of last year's competition for FREE online!

Call for Entries:
In addition to screening a ton of brand new films, Project Twenty1 is hosting the 2008 Philly Film-A-Thon! If you have an original short or feature you would like screened at the International House, visit www.NotJustaFilmFestival.com ASAP! Currently, features and shorts of all genres are being accepted, but slots are filling quick!

You can be a Team AND submit a film if you wish!


First music video I have made. Mar. 18th, 2008 @ 09:15 pm

Jul. 21st, 2007 @ 02:13 am

Кто нибудь в курсе как снимали этот фильм? Шарик ну нереально самостоятельный, прям на уровне карлсона,  мы тут сломали голову, пытаясь представить, чем его там водили ;)

OurStage May. 25th, 2007 @ 03:01 pm


I work for NPI in San Francisco, producers of the annual Noise Pop Festival - a weeklong celebration of indie music, film, art and culture.  We've recently partnered with a company called OurStage, a new website that is set up to help indie filmakers get exposure and maybe even make some money.  You upload your films for fans and other creators on the site to watch and rate and once a month $5,000 is given to the top ranked video as well as a number of other opportunities for press and exposure. You can also track your fans, view comments on your work and also watch shorts produced by other people in a number of different categories.  Through this link you can get involved.


Other entries
» YouTube video contest!Attention everyone who wants to or does create their own art/media!

Gulf Islands Film and Television School is putting on a great YouTube contest! There are really awesome prizes available, so read on for more info!

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Check it out at http://www.youtube.com/giftsfilms ...if you like it subscribe to the channel and join the group, and tell everyone you know!

If you want to find out more look at contest details at http://www.giftsfilms.com/giftslucky7
watch the video at http://www.youtube.com/giftsfilms
join the youtube group http://www.youtube.com/group/giftslucky7
add us on myspace!! http://www.myspace.com/giftsyoutube
or find out about programs offered at http://www.giftsfilms.com

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We rented BABEL. SHAME ON US. Read more...Collapse )
» The Departed

Ok, here are the things I liked about The Departed:  Leonardo DeCaprio's acting.  I also liked the basic premise, at least I think I would have in another movie.  In this movie, it took me two hours to figure out what the damned premise was.

I blame the director.

To start with,  the acting was just plain awful.  AWFUL.  We're hardly talking a B level cast here either.  Jack Nicholson, Matt Damon and Mark Wahlberg have all given stunning performances in other films.  It was like a bad day in sophmore acting class.  I probably would have liked Mark Wahlberg's acting if he had done something beside shout (as my daughter once said, shouting is not an emotion).  I would have liked Matt Damon if he had spent more time on the accent (OHVAHDONE), and I probably would have liked Jack Nicholson's acting if he had been in another movie entirely.  I think he read a single line that sounded authentic, and to be honest, it was terrific.  That has got to be the director, no?  Then...  the story was disjointed, you couldn't tell who was what or what they were doing or why they were doing it, and the dialog was so bad it was embarassing.  I can't believe I blew that kind of cash for that level of film.


» Blood and Chocolate-Not as bad as I thought it would be.

Blood and Chocolate, based on the book by Annette Curtis Klause, directed by Katja von Garnier is an interspecies romance based in modern day Bucharest. Writers Ehren Kruger and Christopher Landon take us down a path as interesting as driving in the Great Plains.

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» The Departed-This film is full of unexceptional things.

“The Departed,” is a cop, snitch, mob drama centered in Boston. Directed by Martin Scorsese, “The Departed’s” screenplay, written by William Monahan, Siu Fai Mak and Felix Chong, leads the audience through a brilliantly written maze of lies, violence and vengeance. Even a strong screenplay can’t save the movie from Martin Scorsese’s unnecessary gore and the actors’ melodrama.
The decapitated, no, the retarded, no, the departedCollapse )
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