Vimy Ridge - two
Posted: Wed, 3rd Jul 2002, 8:17am
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|VIMY RIDGE - The Story of Edward Sims|
This is the story of Edward Sims, a soldier who died the day before Vimy Ridge and wrote to his wife overseas. The letter made it, but he did not.
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Posted: Thu, 4th Jul 2002, 5:25am
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Great movie! Awesome cinematography, good effects, and cool costumes/location. Although I wish I knew a little bit more about Vimy Ridge so this stuff would make sense to me. Why don't you guys use real blood? It'd make it a 5 star movie!11
And what happened to that one clip you submitted to the cinema a few weeks ago, wasn't that part of this?
Posted: Thu, 4th Jul 2002, 5:38am
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Actually, all these Vimy Ridge's ur seeing are History Projects. I did mine first semester, which started it all, and everyone else was making it too, cuz they thought if i get a perfect mark (which i did), then using the same topic will result in the same thing. unfortunately (or not), no one came close to 100%.
the 2 i submitted are just 2 of the like 15 that i helped/did most/all work for.
the next vimy ridge will be in a week called Vimy Ridge: Special Edition, with alam effects added, changed titles, and a redone soundtrack, specifically written for this vid (which mean it's original...)
Posted: Thu, 4th Jul 2002, 9:56am
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The video is looking very good... I like most of the camera and the editing. There was mainly just one thing that really disturbed me... That was your actors laughing from time to time...
(for example after the punch in the face)
This is something one must never ever let happen. It destroys every feeling. You need to work with your actors, even if they are untalented or unmotivated... :)
Posted: Thu, 4th Jul 2002, 2:43pm
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i got one of them to calm down when shooting (by hitting him with a bamboo stick
), the other got away
Posted: Thu, 4th Jul 2002, 2:48pm
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You gonna make a hell of a director! :)))
Posted: Thu, 4th Jul 2002, 2:56pm
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oops...i said too much.
how did people like the original score (not the credits)? It was my first time workin with a composer.
Posted: Fri, 5th Jul 2002, 4:26am
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i never saw the shot to the face coming the end was very well done i think that it could have had a little more content
Posted: Fri, 5th Jul 2002, 5:29am
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lacking a bit of content...that's why it deserves a 2?
as for content wise, this got 85% for content, simply because the actual tactics used were not described.
im a bit lost as to what you mean by you never saw the shot to the face coming. you mean it surprised you? isn't that a good thing?
Posted: Fri, 5th Jul 2002, 3:39pm
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Ah! No sound!!! Is this mpeg-4, or am i deaf?
Posted: Fri, 5th Jul 2002, 4:07pm
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its mpeg 4 like rainy river.
i shoulda made a note on that in the description
just get quicktime 6 preview
Posted: Mon, 15th Jul 2002, 8:55pm
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Where was this filmed? It's an awesome spot for any movie!
Posted: Tue, 16th Jul 2002, 3:39pm
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filmed in my friends backyard...where we also shot Red Fruit.
he moved 2 weeks ago tho
Posted: Tue, 23rd Jul 2002, 11:48am
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I saw the cameramans shadow a few times, and the fight scene could have been a lot tighter.
a little long for me with slow bits,
music was good.
I think you are learning on each one you do.
Posted: Wed, 7th Aug 2002, 2:13am
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The soundtrack and the subject matter help to give this film a lot of depth. I would have liked to have seen better costumes, but I know that can make things a bit more expensive.
Keep up the good work.
Posted: Tue, 28th Jan 2003, 7:41pm
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A very well made video, The camera work, the editing, the music, all excellent. Good job keep it up Just missed giving it a 5!