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#1 Ashley Wing

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Posted 16 March 2007 - 06:08 PM

Hello all,

Some months ago I started a movie project called Fog of War, soon developed into a much bigger production now known as 'Between the Lines'. Well it's had it's premiere in Brixham, Devon on March 2nd. Now it's ready for it's online screening.

In production for over a year, Between the Lines was filmed with the support of the Local Heritage Initiative and Brixham Battery, resulting in hugely impressive production values for a low-budget short film ? expect to see authentic costumes as well as some serious military hardware.

Shot with the CanonXM2, costing a total of £6000 to make, and alot of free time.

For more details please visit: http://fxhome.com/community/news.php

For the official website please visit: www.betweenthelinesmovie.com

Premieres on Tuesday.

All the very best.
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#2 Ashley Wing

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Posted 20 March 2007 - 06:30 AM

Hello all,

Some months ago I started a movie project called Fog of War, soon developed into a much bigger production now known as 'Between the Lines'. Well it's had it's premiere in Brixham, Devon on March 2nd. Now it's ready for it's online screening.

In production for over a year, Between the Lines was filmed with the support of the Local Heritage Initiative and Brixham Battery, resulting in hugely impressive production values for a low-budget short film ? expect to see authentic costumes as well as some serious military hardware.

Shot with the CanonXM2, costing a total of £6000 to make, and alot of free time.

FULL FILM FOUND HERE:
http://fxhome.com/ci...ieinfo2644.html

watch it, let me know what you think.

Ash

For the official website please visit: www.betweenthelinesmovie.com



All the very best.
Ashley Wing


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#3 Ashley Wing

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Posted 20 March 2007 - 05:06 PM

Ah sorry messed that up completely. Righto, here is the link to the film, it can be downloaded by right clicking on the play button and saving the target as. The file is a .mov and runs at 35mins. I would of edited my last post but im not sure how to do it. :S (there is no edit option on that post for some reason)


Enjoy!
Ash

http://fxhome.com/ci...ieinfo2644.html

Edited by Ashley Wing, 20 March 2007 - 05:07 PM.

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#4 Ashley Wing

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Posted 24 March 2007 - 04:03 PM

Hey peeps,

Any chance of getting some feedback from the movie, I'm continually trying to develop my skills as a film maker so any constructive comments would be great. The film runs at around 35 mins so it may be a bit long, in fact very long as far as shorts go really. But it is my first step into making films. The file is a quicktime file and is about 135MB. I'm kind of nervous about the response I'll get from this forum in particular but I think they'll also be the most honest. I'm pasting the link again, I messed up the last couple of posts, it seemed more like I was selling something I guess than trying to get some feedback.

Anyhow I'll leave it with you and if anyone gets the time i'd really appreciate it. I have linked it to this website as someone was kind enough to host it for me. I'm still on the search of buying my own hosting space. http://fxhome.com/ci...ieinfo2644.html

All the Best
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#5 Lee Maisel

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Posted 26 March 2007 - 01:09 AM

Ashley, I think you did an AWESOME job! It's very professional, and the effects worked well.
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#6 Ashley Wing

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Posted 29 March 2007 - 08:24 AM

Any other takers? I know the short is quite long but I'd really appreciate the feedback. :)
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#7 Ashley Wing

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Posted 06 April 2007 - 03:46 AM

Urm... Anyone else had a chance to see the movie?
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#8 Robert G Andrews

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Posted 07 April 2007 - 09:00 AM

I can't seem to view it otherwise I'd give you a critique.
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#9 Ashley Wing

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Posted 08 April 2007 - 02:02 PM

Hi Robert,

Go to this link : http://fxhome.com/ci...ieinfo2644.html

If you right click the play button and save the target as it should down;load onto your desktop. Any feedback would be great.

Thanks for your time.
Ash
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#10 Dan Goldberg

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Posted 17 April 2007 - 11:18 PM

Hey Ashley!

I thought your film looked incredible. Kudos to your DP, and of course to you as well.

I enjoyed:

- dailogue
- scenery/settings (very beautiful)
- make-up and costumes
- lighting (absolutely brilliant! I was very impressed!)
- the introduction (very unique, creative idea!)

A couple things that I thought were a little off:

- the supporting characters' acting, but overall not to bad
- blending of the wind sound between shots (only at a couple points in film)
- slightly awkward camera motion at times following/shooting the soldiers trying to escape

Overall, I have to say it was definitely worth the long upload! I got all comfy here at home and enjoyed a very intriguing, beautiful-looking film with a very exciting plotline. I thoroughly enjoyed the film!

Great work, and keep it up! I look forward to seeing more of your work :)

Dan Goldberg..

Edited by Dan Goldberg, 17 April 2007 - 11:21 PM.

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