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#1 seth christian

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Posted 06 April 2007 - 03:44 PM

we are working out a script for a movie we would like to shoot this
later fall,07. and this would be our first full feature. we've actually
got a B Actor through a connection that is interested in doing it...which
is our main force behind taking it to the next level.

will be NEW at finding buyers/investors, etc...

movie context: comedy. and, at this point we've really come to the
decision that if we actually want to try and sell this....its gotta be in
35mm (at minimum, 16mm) NO VIDEO! unless anyone has anything
to say about this theory/method......all ears!

any help how to approach these issues would be invaluable!

thanks yall
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