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Filmmakers

A group for writers, actors, directors, DOP's and all other people who collaborate to make films happen.

Members: 25
Latest Activity: May 28

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Artist's Statement for CalArts

Started by Stephen Larsen Nov 16, 2010. 0 Replies

Hey Guys,I'm working on an application to the Film School in CalArts.  I'm hoping to study animation and minoring in Film and Video.  They're asking for an artists statement but I've never written…Continue

Tags: video, school, film, university, artist

Ideas anyone?

Started by Michael Allen Troutman Feb 21, 2010. 0 Replies

Does anyone have any ideas for movies they'd like to do?

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Comment by Ayden Dijkstra on December 11, 2012 at 7:43am

Working on a filmscript to graduate with. Great that this group is around. I hope it will get a lot more active then it is now

Comment by Josh Barkey on February 9, 2011 at 10:39am
Hey, Filmmakers. Welcome to me! Here's a link to a making-of video of a short I wrote: http://joshbarkey.blogspot.com/2011/02/getting-there.html
Comment by Jim on February 9, 2011 at 10:29am

I'm not a filmmaker by any means but I saw this and thought maybe someone in this group might be interested.

 

Found this on boingboing.net:

"Industrial-grade 3D animation suite for $10 - $40

 

"The guys at Project:Messiah are doing something interesting. Messiah's a piece of 3D animation and rendering software, so named as it was first assembled for use on the movie Dogma. It's seriously heavy-duty kit - a rigger's dream with lightning-fast bones, fabric sim that's top-notch, beautiful rendering and all that jazz. It's normally $500-$1,200 for the full version, which puts it in the 'Sizeable studio or Rich Guy' bracket. They're trying an experiment, though - they're offering the entry version for $10, and the whole tamale for $40. If enough people buy it at this price, everyone gets what they paid for. If they don't hit their quota, then everyone gets a refund.""

 

Here's the link:

 

http://projectmessiah.com/x6/shop.html

Comment by Juan Blue on May 10, 2010 at 12:01am
been writing and directing in film and theatre for a few years now. great to see this group around.
 

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