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Thread: My Directorial Debut

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    Default My Directorial Debut

    This is the first chance I've had to direct actors. Equipment was limited... well just a camera and a mic on a boom. The rest was lighting from the car.

    It's not prefect, the opening shot should have been either voice over or text but not both, it goes out of focus a little and there's a bit of a jump in continuity but it's my effort.



    From first frame on tape to public screening - just 48 hours!

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    Loved the mood and atmosphere you created . . . well done, it really kept my interest!

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    "Hello you kerb-crawling chavs". Brilliant - and I'm sure the bard would have approved. I'll watch later when I can give it the attention it deserves.
    Tim

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    Quote Originally Posted by TimStannard View Post
    "Hello you kerb-crawling chavs".
    Ironic as he's the one with the car! I was supposed to be set in 2 cars parked opposite each other in a car park but I couldn't get either a second car or permission for filming in the car park.

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