Category Archives: Screen Captures

Photos from the lens!

Film Festival Final Export!

A monumental achievement!  The official film festival version of “The Messenger” is nearly complete; it is currently exporting, then I’ll transfer the 3.5 gigabyte files to our iMac to burn the Master DVD.  After that (another 2 hour or so … Continue reading

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Rough cut of “Restore America”

I decided to post the rough cut of scene 14: “Restore America” from the upcoming premiere of “The Messenger” primarily for the students from FLM 271 “Let’s Make a Movie” from Fall, 2011.  They were all given the pieces we … Continue reading

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One month countdown!

The “Let’s Make a Movie” class used a Steadycam during Wednesday’s shoot…cool!  On the right, you can see Aaron G. strapped in as we review the footage. Today marks the one-month countdown until the <hopefully> final shoot of the movie!  … Continue reading

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Crazy week, but back on track!

Ooooo- look how similar the screen capture (left) compares to the storyboard (right).  Yay! Last Monday: We shot “CarnyMan” and recorded the Voice Over (V.O.) for the Announcer and David. Tuesday: Due to a personal crisis, the gentleman who was … Continue reading

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Full swing, and busy!

We’re running full speed now!  We have a white model of the set for the “Jessie Show” (designed by Theatre UAF student Carl Sage).  On Thursday, after the crew built part of the platform and set up the pipe infrastructure … Continue reading

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