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    "Sweetheart" by StrataTek Studios
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    Not so clever Charlie Anderson's Avatar
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    A documentary of two highschool sweethearts who lost contact after school and then found each other 50 years later. After spending countless days together talking about friends, families, and lost loved ones, these 2 people found that they still had the love they once shared as teenagers burning deep within them.

    A true story of Bernie who got remarried to his highschool sweetheart, Kitty, after 50 years.


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    I don't know why this didn't come to me earlier, it's such an amazing story!

    Inspired by my Grandpa and my new Grandma. They've been married for over a year now and each side of the family has really come together and formed a new special bond.

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    Shooting with the HVX200, M2, and Zeiss Primes. Shooting the interviews with my Grandparents on Sunday (I'll be hungover as hell as it's my birthday this Monday but I'm celebrating on Saturday), and also getting additional interviews on Sunday as well, possibly later on in the week.

    UPDATE 1/28

    Shot the interviews with my Grandparents and I definitely learned a lot about my family. I had some issues with my firestore AGAIN with importing clips longer than 8 minutes which is annoying as hell. I'll be posting some screen grabs as soon as I get home. I'm not making a "poster", at least I'm not in the mindset to do one yet but I have a sig already made up which I'm definitely liking.

    UPDATE 1/29

    Screen grabs so far...nothing "amazing" but I think they looks pretty cool. These are untouched, straight out of the camera.








    Hooray for macro lens!
    Last edited by Charlie Anderson; 01-29-2008 at 06:09 AM.


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    Nice, good luck!
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    That's an awesome story Charlie! Sounds like me and my wife, but only like 5 years passed since high school and us getting back together. Kinda lacks the impact that 50 years has I guess Good luck with it all!


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    WOW! sounds really good.


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    That does sound like a great story. I think people underestimate the bonds that we establish early in life. The more things change, the more they stay the same. Sounds like the best story so far. Good luck.


    Watch the film (1/21/13) HERE!


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    update 1/29


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    Don't take this the wrong way, but if you do not completely botch this, it has winner written all over it. I love this idea. So simple and real and different that anything else anyone is doing.

    Can't wait to see it.


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    There goes Mark again with the "don't take this the wrong way" line!

    Charlie, this story DOES sound amazing. How wonderful for you to learn, experience and shoot this. I hope that your film comes out as you envision it.

    Your grabs really look nice. I love the simple and apropos setting you have. And that macro lens has a great effect!

    Good luck! Can't wait to see this.

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    Yeah, cinematography and camera tricks don't sell this. The content does.


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