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Posted: Wed, 14th Mar 2007, 9:57am

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tuck2001

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A short movie made as a school project at Rosenvilde high school. Nominated for best fiction-short on Amandus filmfestival in Norway.
Filmed with a Panasonic DVX100 with a homemade 35mm lensadapter on.
We used CompositeLab Pro for bluescreenshots and grading. Very good program!wink

The film is made by Peder Bratterud, Audun Fjeldheim, Matias L'Abée-Lund and Stian Halvorsen.

If you like it, pleas vote at it so we can win Amandus Audience price! biggrin
http://blink.dagbladet.no/amandus/?op=ViewCompetitionContent&contentid=1174899 (go to this link and press the button "klikk her for å stemme")

Thaks!biggrin


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Posted: Wed, 14th Mar 2007, 5:20pm

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Janco

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The technical ascpects of the movie are great. But the theme and the message did not appeal to me as it was supposed to, I think.

Your message is (I think) that people should stop following the stream of society "just dead fish follow the stream". But, even in the movie I think the person was better of when he was following the stream. Because now (as he is not doing as everyone else): he is not a part of the society, he acctually seems like a dosser. So do you mean to tell that he acctually was better of after all. (when he was following the stream). Because; if not, I find the storytelling kind of clumsy.

But, by all means, very good effort...
Posted: Wed, 14th Mar 2007, 8:51pm

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Dancamfx

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Yeah the technical aspects are fantastic but I too didnt care to much for the theme or plot. What kind of camera did you use? It looks great.
Posted: Wed, 14th Mar 2007, 9:09pm

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Ste

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I loved it all. Amazing film, camera work is amazing its just amazing.Loved it
Posted: Wed, 14th Mar 2007, 9:14pm

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tuck2001

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We used a Panasonic DVX100 with a homemade 35mm lensadapter attached to it. heres a photo of it:

http://bildr.no/view/43731
Posted: Wed, 14th Mar 2007, 11:22pm

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Dancamfx

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Wow talk about a do it yourself project. Where did you learn to make that?
Posted: Thu, 15th Mar 2007, 6:09am

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tuck2001

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its a lot of discussions on how to make adapters like that on www.dvxuser.com wink
Posted: Mon, 19th Mar 2007, 5:22pm

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Janco

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Please, stop voting your own movies!!!
Posted: Tue, 20th Mar 2007, 6:12am

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tuck2001

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What crazy
Posted: Tue, 20th Mar 2007, 8:31pm

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Janco

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Ok, you propably did not know it, but people on this site have kind of a policy; were we do not vote our own movies. But you have given your own film 5 stars.
Posted: Wed, 21st Mar 2007, 1:33pm

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Simon K Jones

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We don't have a policy like that, actually. If we did, then people wouldn't be able to vote for their own movies. smile

Personally I'd never vote for my own movie as it's impossible to analyse your work objectively, but it's up to each person what they do. It all balances out in the end, from other people's votes.
Posted: Wed, 21st Mar 2007, 8:04pm

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DavidLittlefield

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I really enjoyed this. The grading was quite solid and I also liked the story. I thought the opening Prodcution Logo was a bit long for a 6 minute movie (The Kansasa one, not the Fxhome one). 4/5 from me. Very cool!
Posted: Sun, 25th Mar 2007, 3:16am

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Plainly

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It was pretty good... The grading & stuff were great, but the story was kinda... storyless. I don't know. Maybe it's just me.

Liked the opening!

Good music as well.
Posted: Wed, 28th Mar 2007, 4:34pm

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mercianfilm

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Was alright! Hard for someone English to understand though, technical aspects were great!