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12/25/2005 02:19:01 AM · #1
This is my newest film, it is untitled and I'd like to leave it open to your own interpretation as always.

Along with 'Chess Wars', this was screened at the school talent show this friday. I thought I'd post it, being Christmas and all, have a good holiday everyone! Especially that deary Pedro Marlinez for hosting it.

Download (17.4mb, .WMV, 5 min 16 seconds)

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12/25/2005 02:21:32 AM · #2
Two thumbs down.
12/25/2005 02:30:51 AM · #3
Excellent!!
12/25/2005 02:31:06 AM · #4
Just a hint of "And Joey said "Let there be light!' and there was light..."? It's a nice little fable, Joey. I'd wish there was more consistency of white balance within the flow of the scenes though.

Merry Xmas!

Robt.
12/25/2005 02:41:02 AM · #5
Well done, Joey.
12/25/2005 02:41:38 AM · #6
can't wait to get home an upload this one
12/25/2005 02:42:29 AM · #7
You're getting really good at coordinating your soundtrack with your imagery. Merry Christmas.
12/25/2005 03:17:21 AM · #8
There were couple of minor things, but overall I really enjoyed it!!! You done good.

Tilly
12/25/2005 03:18:59 AM · #9
that was great, Joey! your soundtrack was a perfect choice. excellent work.

and to think...i knew him "when". :)
12/25/2005 09:28:26 AM · #10
Gorgeous Joey!! ya made me cry :)

Big hugs to you, your mom and dad and family!
12/25/2005 09:51:01 AM · #11
Well done...very well done!
12/25/2005 10:53:13 AM · #12
Oh, wow.. That was amazing...the pacing of it, and your cinematography and and.

It reminds me of those fuzzy holiday commercials, except there's no product placement at the end :D
12/25/2005 11:10:38 AM · #13
Thanks a lot Joey for this marvelous video. Happy Holidays to you too!!
12/25/2005 11:15:37 AM · #14
Amazing, as always. You have too much talent for one person LOL.
Merry Christmas
12/25/2005 11:24:41 AM · #15
you gonna be a famous movie director one day joey, i'm very proud!
12/25/2005 11:36:12 AM · #16
Absolutely aMAZING!!!! Yes. You are one TALENTED individual!! More please???

12/25/2005 11:49:53 AM · #17
You left it open to our own interpretation and that was brilliant... because what I took from this, was magical.

Thank you for your vision and for sharing that with us all.. I hope the holidays are kind to you and all those within your world.

Merry Christmas Joey and again.. very moving work!! Beautiful ((*hugs*))

~Roz~
12/25/2005 11:58:32 AM · #18
Nice work Joey. Sigur rós rooles :D You should show this to them ;)
12/25/2005 12:16:13 PM · #19
Holy crap, Joey, that absolutely kicks ass! It puts all the other Canadian cinematography I've seen lately to shame. The angles & transitions were a pure joy to soak in. The film lead wonderfully to a magical ending.

The quality is much better than I'd expect from standard gear, bravo for doing such a great job at making do with what you have. It looks absolutely professional to me, but next time hire someone who can do a little less obvious job with the snow, hehe. ;-)

Rock-n-Roll, Joey, keep it up!
12/25/2005 12:18:21 PM · #20
Awesomeness.

What are you making these with? As far as hardware and software?
12/25/2005 01:12:51 PM · #21
I don't know Joey, I am a huge fan of your photography, but this just didn't really hit me in the right spots. I thought it seemed overposed, and a little rushed. I loved the anticipation it created, and the ending was fantastic. Owe and at the beginning, those double shots of the same setting from different angles, I didn't care for that too much either.

Having said that, what was done here I couldn't of done 10% of, and I am guessing that niether could alot of others. You certainly shine among the stars, and I cant wait to see more of your art. So it wasn't perfect for me, but it was still very good, TY for sharing.
12/25/2005 01:45:12 PM · #22
great movie, what made it really stand out was the ICELANDIC music :o)
12/25/2005 01:49:15 PM · #23
i thought the premise was brilliant--and the music just made it that much more. well done doll! i'm sending you a PM of my thoughts on some PP ideas, but just minor stuff.

The genius is in the ideas...the technicals are easy to learn, right? and i believe you are indeed genius...i could use your input now with my own projects...so i really can't wait till we finally get to work together! less than six months till production on the new stuff...do i hear collaboration? :)
12/25/2005 05:46:27 PM · #24
That really struck the right note with me. Brilliant stuff, I thoroughly enjoyed it.
12/25/2005 05:57:17 PM · #25
Joey, that is an AWESOME video!! Your movies are getting better and better. The scenic shots are so great, the acting, the camera angles and the music hits it out of the park! Great job! keep up the good work, it will pay big someday.

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