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#1 MGIF Inc

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Posted 20 October 2007 - 06:24 PM

Need an extraordinary, experienced cinematographer to shoot a intense action film in Hollywood.
- Can anyone give out some names? mgifinc@hotmail.com

Thank you,

Mike
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#2 Greg Johnson

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Posted 21 October 2007 - 04:13 AM

There's lots of names but let's narrow it down for you:

Can you tell us more about your project. Like what format HD, 16mm, 35mm etc.? What's the scale of the project? Student Film, Indie, Low-Budget, Major Picture? Is it a paid gig or a "good for your reel" gig?

Of course the dates, position description, and compensation wouldn't hurt either.

- Greg
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#3 Tom Banks

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Posted 23 October 2007 - 08:09 PM

Here's some information I got from Mike:



"The project is humangas; INT./EXT, day, night, intersections, freeway, cars,
many sets and big cast.

I?m looking for help from people that what to work with me to bring back
the old Hollywood.

Full- Length Feature Film, 110-minutes, for theatrical release.
Action ? Adventure ? With Comic Highlights.
Shooting Schedule (timeframe): 36 days.
Locations: Southern California ? Los Angeles, Malibu and Beverly Hills. ?
Production: HD, 35mm photographic lenses, transfer on 35mm film.
Script available: MGIF?s property.
Sound truck available: MGIF?s properity.
MGIF has all the production equipment, todo and it's brand new, no rentals
needed.

The story was review by: Mr. Ed Asner, Martin Landou, Charles Durning, ?
?very good story.?

At the same time I?m working with Navajo Nation (Navajo Indians from Arizona
and New Mexico) to get in production a major Western film."
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#4 Jonathan Bowerbank

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Posted 23 October 2007 - 08:57 PM

I hope that review from Ed Asner, Martin Landou (Landau), and Charles Durning isn't the basis of his marketing scheme ;)

Sounds like a lot of fun for whoever scores the gig though!
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