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Organizing film festival

Posted: Tue, 8th Mar 2005, 8:03pm

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raider

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Hey guys - I'm making an attempt to bring the fulfilling enjoyment of film-making to this devoid area of North Dakota. I, as some of you know, am in the Air Force and also have a video/photo business. The idea is at marketing's level right now, so waiting to see how it goes. I will be giving seminars where I will introduce the CSB products effluently. Just thought I'd share this and let you all know how it goes. Thanks.
Posted: Tue, 8th Mar 2005, 8:41pm

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TimmyD

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Nice. biggrin
Posted: Thu, 10th Mar 2005, 5:29pm

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if you have any suggestions, I would appreciate some help. I'm looking for judging criteria. It's for teen and up / pg13 and lower / no longer than 10 minutes. What should be the categories to judge on? Have 6 trophys to give away and maybe some ribbons. Thanks!
Posted: Fri, 11th Mar 2005, 10:51pm

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Separate it into a rubric type thing:

Directing
Acting
Cinematorgraphy...(lighting, grading, overall look)
VisualFX (if any)
Music
Editing
Posted: Fri, 11th Mar 2005, 10:58pm

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cool, thanks for the input - that's along the lines with what I was thinking...
Posted: Fri, 11th Mar 2005, 11:00pm

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You forgot a Film category smile