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#1 Daniel Clark

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Posted 07 July 2006 - 08:21 PM

Would be most delighted if I could get some feedback on this little gem I shot as my college grad film. I'm just a little proud considering it was mini-dv and it won a Kodak student film award (the prize being 16mm stock which I'm currently in the porcess of using to make my first directed short). Enjoy, please!

http://www.bbc.co.uk...etwork/A3433051

xxx dan

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#2 Michael Ryan

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Posted 08 July 2006 - 08:06 AM

Hello Dan,

Wow. Very nicely done! I really liked the cinematography, especailly since it was shot in DV. I almost always perfer film. It's obvious that you really understand the mechanics of filmmaking. Nice editing too. Actors were solid. The storyline wasn't my kind of thing, it didn't draw me in. I didn't feel much for the character.

Dan, it's great watching short films like this because it shows that you have the talent, now lets see what you can do with it.

Good luck.

Mike
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