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#1 Kevin Peleschak

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Posted 30 October 2008 - 04:15 PM

i recently finished a 1-minute horror movie for a contest through AMC. this is only my 2nd attempt at live-action, and my first one was almost 5 years ago. my only other live-action experience is at my job now, where we do talking-head testimonials on a white bg...nothing too exciting or requiring much creativity during the shoot.

i didn't really light things much as i was trying to keep the overhead flourescent effect. im sure i could've done things better though and im still training my eyes to see these small but vital details, so id love to hear any feedback/criticism. i can take it, so dont hold back.

if you do like it, please give me a vote and send it around to all your friends and ask them to vote too.

http://blogs.amctv.c...n-peleschak.php
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#2 carmen loofah

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Posted 31 October 2008 - 11:30 AM

I liked the opening shot and think it could have been more effective without the film title preceeding it. I liked the shot of the girl through the round window and then the man following her. I think it could have been much more effective and funnier with better actors, good luck
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